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  A few days ago I picked up this Samos FuMB 4, it was used in western part of Denmark.

I need to restore some of the changes that was made of one of the previous owners.

Unfortunately, he made some holes in the front, that I have to close and paint.

The fuseholders is missing, but I have two spares, that I'll use for it.

The banana sockets missing, will be rebuilt with some used ones, I'll modify for correct looks.

I need to find another main switch, that fits the original hole in the front.

Some of the capacitors has been replaced, but I'll have to replace them by correct values.

 

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Powersuply has been repaired, I can't find the two 5uF capacitors in correct physical size and style, so I had to make a tradeoff and construct a plate of pertinax to mount the capasitors. I replaced the capasitors for axial types and the correct values.

Power before:

 

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After:

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Next step:

Replacing the capasitors in the LF amplifier, for the correct values and construct the missing part of the cabinet, for it.

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Some progress...

The fuseholders is now in place and the modified banana sockets has been mounted, I made a fitting for the existing power switch, since I don't have the correct one.

I cleaned the front with water and soap.

In the NF block, all non correct capasitors has now been replaced.

  

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Banana sockets, Left original.

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NF block.

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