- Mar 15, 2022
- Mar 15, 2022
Please read the posts.
I was referring to the numbered connections ON THE BOARD. I don't know if those numbers even correspond to where you are measuring???? so how can I determine right/wrong from that?
Show a picture of the BOARD, top side and bottom side and measure the voltage ON THE BOARD.
You should have 24V AC at #1/#2 and at the bridge rectifier (the pins marked ~).
You should have (about) 33-35V DC at the +/- of the bridge recitifier.
You will have 'something' (DC) at #4/#5/#6/#7.
What do you get?
yes brother you are correct, you are capable to read the board just by looking to picture, i wish to reach your level,
yes i measured now at bridge rectifier pins, is shown 32 vdc in +/- and 23 vac in ~/~, but now i must to follow the path from the bridge rectifier pins to the 4 wires to know which are 32 vdc and which are 23 vac, isnt?
so this grey rectangle component is a rectifier?! i didnt know that there is bridge rectifiers look like that, i saw the symbols +/-, ~/~ but frankly i didnt know that it is a bridge rectifier, i knew about those cubes bridge rectifier but not this rectangle,
i searched just now information about it and it seems can handle 80V 5A, strong,
also this capacitor has 4 pins, maybe some of it are just for fixing it in the board, i dont know,
i really learned some things from you and all the members that gives help, so thank you all.
this pic of top side and bottom side
the capacitor pins pics