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How do I fix DC peak (IPM fault) On lg ductless inverter outside unit


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junk it as the parts would not be available
new ones are now better equipped to handle what you did and the cost of a good unit from places like Jaycar start around $40.00 up
these measure capacitance, resistance , voltage ac/dc, show polarity of the current, test diodes ,measure up to 10 amps current, and a host of other functions including range settings for all readings all of which come in handy for a shade tree mechanic

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Hi dazsculpt,
I would start by checking the fuse for the right turning light. I think it is common for left and right. Check if the left turning light is working. If it is, you can use this as a reference.
Using a multimeter on your Yamaha is the same as using it elsewhere. The only difference is the setting you would use.
Two types of multimeters available are analog and digital. If you do not have a multimeter, I would suggest you purchase a digital.
A digital multimeter gives readings in numbers and is cheaper, whereas an analogue multimeter has a needle, and you have to read the correct scale.
Your multimeter will have instructions. There is a knob on the meter you turn to select the scale - voltage, ohms, amps, and maybe some extras.
The multimeter will probably have several ohm readings to select. You can select the lowest range for a start. Higher ranges measure very low resistance, and can even measure the resistance through your body!
Make sure that there is no power when you use the resistance measurement. Disconnect the battery on the Yamaha. It does not matter which way the leads are to measure resistance, it does for D.C. voltage, like your bike.
Remove both bulbs from the bike - left and right sides. There are two things to measure. The center of the bulb holder, and the housing of the bulb holder. Connect one leads to the center of the bulb holder should, and the other end on the flasher unit wire for that bulb. It should show a zero reading. Take another reading with the first lead still on the center of the bulb holder, and connect the other lead to the housing of the bulb holder. It should not show a reading, as this should be open circuit. If you have a reading, you will probably have a short circuit. Compare left with the right side, and there should be a difference.
Hope this has helped sort out the bike and use a multimeter.

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did not mention what make and model is but it looks like input protection circuit is blown, will either have to be repaired or you need to purchase a new one depending on the price

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Dear Neil:

Thank you by your request, I hope you are very well.

I am sorry for my delay.

You must proceed with this:

1) Check C. Breaker from your home if tripped, resset , and try again.
2) Check the power cord, for some cable loose or broker, repair or replace the power cord.
3) Now turn on the treadmill, if it does is o.k if doesnot proceed with C.BREAKER of the Treadmill, reset, and try it again.

Of course you must have some DVOM(digital voltmeter) for to Test this.


How to Check AC Volts with a Multimeter


The multimeter is an essential tool for electrical troubleshooting.

A multimeter is a versatile tool for measuring voltage and current. Electricians use multimeters to measure alternating current, or AC, and direct current, or DC, voltages and currents. Many multimeters also measure resistance, capacitance and temperature. For example, an electrician uses the multimeter's AC voltage setting to determine if a wall outlet has power or if a power supply is functioning. This knowledge helps the electrician pinpoint the cause of an electrical problem and select the appropriate repair.
Instructions

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Plug the black voltage probe into the voltmeter jack marked "COM."

    • 2

Plug the red voltage probe into the voltmeter jack marked "V."

    • 3

Rotate the range selector knob to the highest range setting, which is marked "VAC."

    • 4

Turn the voltmeter on. Slide the power switch to the "ON" position.

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Touch the probes to the device for which you measure the AC voltage. Use extreme caution. Ensure that the probes do not come into contact with anything but the surface you are measuring.

    • 6

Read the voltmeter's display. Turn the range selector knob to a lower range if voltage is less than the currently selected range

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Dear Sir:

Thank you by your request, I will help you right now.

Please do this step with VERY CAREFULLY!!!.

A multimeter isa versatile tool for measuring voltage and current. Electricians usemultimeters to measure alternating current, or AC, and direct current, or DC,voltages and currents. Many multimeters also measure resistance, capacitanceand temperature. For example, an electrician uses the multimeter's AC voltagesetting to determine if a wall outlet has power or if a power supply isfunctioning. This knowledge helps the electrician pinpoint the cause of anelectrical problem and select the appropriate repair. Difficulty: Moderately EasyInstructions
1.
    • 1
Plugthe black voltage probe into the voltmeter jack marked "COM."
    • 2
Plugthe red voltage probe into the voltmeter jack marked "V."
    • 3
Rotatethe range selector knob to the highest range setting, which is marked"VAC."
    • 4
Turnthe voltmeter on. Slide the power switch to the "ON" position.
    • 5
Touchthe probes to the device for which you measure the AC voltage. Use extremecaution. Ensure that the probes do not come into contact with anything but thesurface you are measuring.
    • 6
Readthe voltmeter's display. Turn the range selector knob to a lower range ifvoltage is less than the currently selected range
Thank you in advance, sincerely. God bless you.
If you need further assistance, please contact me
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Hello,

Is this an Auto-ranging multimeter or does it have several range settings such as 2V, 20V, 200V, 750V, etc.?

If it is an auto-ranging, you will have 2 voltage selections: AC (alternating current) which will have a sine wave similar to this: ~, or DC (direct current) which will have a symbol similar to this: =. AC is mainly used to measure the voltage in your home or voltage to appliances, either 110V/120V or 220V/240V. DC is used to measure voltages such as in electronic assemblies, computers, etc.

You need to know whether you are measuring AC or DC to get an accurate reading. You also need to make sure you have the meter on a high enough range if it is not an auto-ranging meter. The best thing to do is start on a high range and work down, although most meters have an overload protection.

To measure current you must "open the circuit" and place the meter leads in the circuit. This should only be done if you are very familiar using the meter. Current is measured in Amps (A), milliamps (mA), or microamps (uA). There is little use for the common person to measure current.

Not sure what you are going to use it for. Computer power supply, perhaps?

There are some tutorials on youtube that may be beneficial. Here's one:


Here is another: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rivoVzxwNtI

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