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Ryobi cth 1202 charger will not charge battery

On the inside of the charger there is a curcuit board that has a transitor or a diaode that is burned out.could you please help me find a wiring diagram or identify R6 on the curcuit board thank you yard3 p.s. cordless drill charger

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