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Hickok 6000A Tube Tester

Posted by Bob Masse on 04/25/2009 20:03

:I have a Hickok 6000A tube tester. It does not work--at all. The unit exhibits no life. I looked in the manual troubleshooting section. Most likely, the problem is either a bad line cord, a bad rectifier tube (or tubes),
:or a transformer short. I am a novice. I can't even figure out how to get inside the tester without taking out about twenty screws. I am extremely
:flustered, to say the least.
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:Can you help me? Telling me who can "fix" the tester would be OK.

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:If you have a manual for your tube tester check page 11 for a trouble shooting chart. If you don't have one go to ( bama.edebris.com) and download one.If you want to spend some bucks (alltubetesters.com)is a great site for info as well as parts and service.I bought a new panel meter for my Hickok 600A there.I fixed my own and it still cost me $350.It took me a week to learn it and get use to the calibration procedures but the result was worth it.Good Luck with it! Bob Masse
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Hickok 6000A Tube Tester 
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