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check with a multmeter if the two poles generator gives the required voltage must be no less than 12.8-13.0 volts at increasing speed and includes stop lights and headlamp reach values do13.8-15.0 volts maximum.If give more than 15,0 volts or small than 12.5 change relay rectifier.
There are numerous fuses (rectifier, inverter, charger, battery) on the 9135 that are located internal to the unit and not readily accessible to the user. Generally a blown fuse is accompanied by another component failure which caused the fuse to blow in the first place. As a result, additional troubleshooting and testing is usually required to identify the root cause of the failure. This of course leads to soliciting the services of a technician who has access to the schematics, test equipment, and parts to initiate a repair. Without the schematics, it's like working in the dark. For complete support, please contact Eaton (Eaton bought Powerware so now it's the Eaton 9135):
The three yellow wires carry AC current from the generator to the rectifier. The rectifier turns this AC current into DC current and sends it back to the battery through the red and the black wires. I am not certain what the purpose of the 7th wire is on the new rectifier except that it may be used for thermal sensing of the rectifier - which would explain why it is mounted tight to the unit.
Of all the components that make up your Honda's charging system, the rectifier is the most likely to fail. The reason is usually excess temperature buildup - which causes the diodes inside it to fail. If you are running extra electrical accessories on your bike, this can cause the rectifier to overheat and die. Same thing if you frequently let the bike sit until the battery goes dead, the rectifier works hard to recharge it each time.
You may be able to extend the life of the unit by avoiding things that put extra strain on it, as described above. Also make sure there's nothing covering the cooling fins on the rectifier - or blocking airflow to it (dirt, that extra pair of gloves stuffed next to it, etc.).
Finally, there's one thing that will kill the rectifier instantly: connecting the battery cables backwards. That'll fry it every time.
Hi,i'm hamed from IRAN I have a panasonic phone model:KX-TC1282JXB and it has a problem: Discharge very soon the battery and recharge hardly or phone can't recharge it !?
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1-remove battery from remote-handel. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 2-create two wires. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 3-the jumper of battery must have two wires(red & black). +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 4-contact you're created wires to jumper of battery. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 5-be careful! now you must connect two wires to base of phone where the remote-handel settle there at below be exist two slots "phase+" and "null-".
note: when you connect correct,the green lamp must be shining. Recommend: (near slot by base keyboard connect black wire) and (other slot connect red wire). +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 6-connected battery must be take between 45min - 75min.
note: the battery to be warm don't worry, just control to pass time. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 7-then release base and battery form two wires. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 8-connect the battery to remote-handel,you can see it has charged for minimum amount (one-unit) +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 9-finally connect remote-handel to the base for give full charge,it take between 8h - 12h. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++
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have the printer preferences been changed accidentally to print in greyscale? Is the cartridge installed correctly? Now and again if the cartridges are opened and not installed straight away the ink dries up in the nossel and clogs the printer head, easily rectified with some cleaning solution. Cartridges also go out of date. hope this helped
Hello, Try cleaning the batter contacts with a pencil eraser, sometimes they build up a residue that prevents good contact between the battery and the system. If that does not work the problem is either in the rectifier circuits or one of the many small transistors on the board. A rectifier circuit is made up of diodes and it's main purpose is to change AC current to DC current as that is the type of electrical current all electronics work off of. The transistors act as switches with special purposes and properties. The proper way to test these components is to remove them from the circuit and test them with a multi-meter. The bad news is you will have to have a qualified technician to do this, so that means a trip to the repair shop. Hope this give you some idea of what might be going on.
http://geeksquad.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=0&thid=730257 Generic problem for all Vacuums I have a Dirt Devil Posted by maryk813 on Jul 02, 2008 I have a Dirt Devil Broom Vac that won't hold a charge. I need to replace the rechargeable battery. Is there a dealer near Bartlett, TN that can do that or would I be able to do it myself if I bought a new battery? Hello, I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. The only place that I know if to contact the Royal factory cust serv line listed below or to check the website and they may direct you to a local dealer in your area. All you would need is a new rechargeable battery and you can do it yourself. The problem that I see is that the new rechargeable battery may cost as much as a new vacuum if you consider the part plus shipping and handling. So, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions. http://royalvacuums.com/Customer Service 1-800-321-1134 Hours are: 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM(EST) Thanks, Don the Vac Man Go Ahead. Use Us.