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  1. #1
    So, in 2013, I sought advice about a VFD from this venerable forum.

    (here's the thread - https://www.mycncuk.com/threads/6533...lling-remotely )


    ....in the end I bought a Toshiba TOSHIBA VF-NC3S-2007PL, unboxed it, put it in a cupboard (pending me buying a water cooled spindle - which I never did!)...it's never been used. I'm having a clear out so putting this up for sale.

    current new price is about 160 + VAT delivered ( https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/255714701494 ....seller is in Italy, so VAT will be applied as it enters the UK), therefore over 190 inc VAT. Looking for 100 delivered

    Only thing to mention is (I think) a panel covering the wire terminals has gone missing.Click image for larger version. 

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  2. #2
    Hi Hank
    I have very little electrical knowledge so perhaps other members of the forum may be able to help, But i believe that after standing for 10Years the Capacitors will need reforming.
    I was offered a VFD from a friend when i was trying to get my lathe fixed(with the help of a couple of very nice chaps on the forum) and did a little research, Just Google it.
    Hope that hasn't ruined your day.
    Kindest Regards
    Mike

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    Just having a tidy up and found this
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  4. #4
    Another method of reforming which I have used successfully is to connect a variac (variable transformer) to the normal mains input, switch on, and gradually increase the voltage in say 50V steps from 50V up to maximum rated input voltage over say 8 hours. This is fine if you have a variac, I happened to have one gathering dust and swarf under a bench!

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