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No output from circuit board

Replaced TR5(SCR), but it didn't come for 6 weeks. Now I don't remember how the white and the black output wires hook to the
printed circuit board.

Also, does the output need a load(the batteries), in order to show a
voltage of 24V? . (It depends on the output circuit).
If I had a schematic of the PC board, I could troubleshoot it better.

Thanks for your help,
Doc

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Doc,

I'm working on one of these chargers tonight. The white wire from the internal breaker is connected to terminal "PL" and the black wire to terminal "MS".

Hope this helps... Maybe you can fix my circuit board! Several fried components.

Jason

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