Question about Schumacher 10 Amp Fully Automatic/Manual Charger by
I have a 10 year old Schumacher SE-520MA 10/2 Amp automatic charger that quit working. I opened the case looking for a fuse, which it does not seem to have, but instead I see what appears to be a popped capacitor that bridges the connection between the 120VAC line and the transformer primary coil. Could have been something else (diode, fuse, etc,) but I couldn't find any schematics and there's not enough left of it to figure out what it was. Can someone with this or a similar charger please tell me what this component is? The 120VAC line goes to a terminal block on the transformer, this component is arched up and bridges to the next terminal that contains the transformer primary coil winding.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A battery that might sit for a month at a time, would only need a trickle charge or about 1 amp, a charger of this type can stay hooked to the battery for the whole month. A 10 amp would be for a quick charge or only about 4 - 12 hours depends on how fast the battery lost the charge. A 10 amp charge would cook the battery if left for days.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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