Sovtek Mig 100 Pilot Light

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Sovtek Mig 100 Pilot Light

Postby CarlGene » Fri Feb 03, 2017 5:01 pm


I recently picked up a Sovtek Mig 100 from a local guitar store. The Sovtek was sold without the pilot light in it. I'm not familiar at all with schematics, or even the term "pilot light" but I heard that is what they are called. From the looks of it, all I need is the lamp to click into the input.

The only thing I could find online were these: ... eter-12vdc

is this what I need? Is anyone familiar with Sovtek Mig 100's?

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Re: Sovtek Mig 100 Pilot Light

Postby waltdogg » Sat Feb 04, 2017 1:28 am

hard to say if that lamp will fit in the bulb socket or if that's even the right type. you might have better luck ripping out the original pilot light assembly and putting in a new one. replace all the plastic jacks, pots and switches while you're at it as well.

also, you probably wanna look at pilot lights actually for amps: ... and-jewels
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Re: Sovtek Mig 100 Pilot Light

Postby imJonWain » Mon Feb 06, 2017 11:28 pm

It's probably just a standard 6v filament bulb. Is the inside socket still there? You could probably email New Sensor who bought sovtek and ask them if you want the exact one and/or a replacement lens.
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