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    Default Load tester taken apart

    Just in case you wanted to know what the SunMoon SM-268 looked like inside......
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    More pics....
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    And more pics....
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    Cool

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    Dayum - Alot more intricate than I would have thought.. :O

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSix View Post
    Dayum - Alot more intricate than I would have thought.. :O
    I agree.
    -dB

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    I used to think it was like, a few load modules and computer controlled rheostats or something.

    Guess not.

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    Any bad caps on it?
    Software readings are crap.

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    As if JonnyGURU would buy anything with bad caps *cough* Powmax Assasin *cough*
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    So did you drop it

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