Mike Newman was kind enough to tell me how to do this, and asked me to add this to my post so that others could benefit. My only final question, after doing all of the following, is what exactly is a "high altitude" socker, and are there changes that can be made to a "standard" socket with the same effect?
|I'm sorry for my senior moment, but yes I did inform someone of that fact about yokes long ago. The deal is that the 07MS tubes need slightly different positioning of the convergence/focus yokes to get proper action on them. Just remove all the goober in the way of getting them butted together and hot melt together, taking care to orient them in the same manner so one's not sideways or something. In other words, take your dikes and cut that clamp ring area off so you can put them together - only the rear-most clamp holds the whole assembly in place. Also you'll want to change out the CRT sockets to high altitude sockets for proper spark gap.|