MADE IN CANADA
Replacement for Fender 75
Equivalent to Fender part number 13895
372VCT @ 400mA
|Output:||15 / 75 W|
- Designed for drop in replacement of original units, though mounting holes may not always match up perfectly.
- Physically, parts were designed to look similar to original factory units (where possible).
- Material used & design specs. were kept as close as possible to the original part to preserve the stock "tone".
Warning: Not all amplifier models of the same name use the same transformer model. Please make sure the amplifier transformer which you are replacing has a Fender number matching the equivalent Fender transformer number listed here.
WARNING: HANDLING ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS CAN BE HARMFUL OR FATAL. PLEASE FOLLOW ADEQUATE SAFETY PROCEDURES.
*Please Note: Hammond products are subject to change without notice. The product you receive may vary slightly from the product pictured, including the associated specifications.
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This transformer as pictured promises 372 VAC for an input of exactly 120 VAC. If he's getting 380 VAC, then it's working exactly as it indicates and is perfect.
He is then either wiring or measuring the rest of his power supply circuit incorrectly, which is not the fault of this transformer. If you set up a full wave rectifier correctly with 380 VAC input, you should get in the neighbourhood of 530 VDC, depending on your diodes.
Whatever happens after the rectifier however, has nothing to do with the transformer and everything to do with your build. Hammond knows how to wind a transformer, ignore that guy.
The transformer works well but only give you 380v AC, not DC ! It`s just 260 vdc B+ after the solid state rectifier (unloaded) instead of the 500vdc on the original schematic of the amp in high power mode. The low power mode.is supposed to be 250v so you can only use low power mode (15w) with the amp set on high power mode without acces to the normal 75w.
NG EDIT: "Sounds like a wiring issue. The Fender 75 PT is not wired like a typical PT. This schematic may be of help:
The CT on this PT is the +250V. Ground is one end of the FWB, 500V at the other end."