Question about Electronics - Others
When I connected the charger the amber light came on to show it was charging. After a week or so I noticed the light had turned to green indicating the battery was charged and now being kept in "float mode". A few weeks later I looked and the green and amber lights are now flashing back and forth quite rapidly. I've checked the manual and there's no mention of this condition. What's going on with the charger? Should I be concerned? It's still connected to my Harley. Thanks. pd
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Green-Amber-Amber Code?
I know that my post is very belated, but I think, will be helpfull for someone henceforth...
First of all, there is one "chronic" problem with LG monitors: solders. Check soldering of Video Amplifier IC303, Flyback Transformer, Q833( ! 210V) , deflection coils socket, Vertical IC601, XTAL X401 and so on...
In Your case, probably the cause of "green, amber, amber" lights is lack of 15V on the Verical Amplifier IC601. DPMS is activated, and monitor does not work at all, even power off.
Replacing Q912 (2SA1273) solve the problem. I replaced him with 2SA1680 PNP 1A 900mW 60V, and all is OK.
This problem is fundamental for ALL 17'' Flatron monitors, repaired by me (over 30).
Wish Happy Repairing!
Best regards, Ico.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
More than likely you may a a relay that is stuck or not energizing which should switch the charging mode over automatically. Trace back from the generator to the charging circuit for the batteries. I'm not sure where the relay (or solinoid) would be located but you can be assured it is something in the charger sensing/switching circuit.
Good Luck! Gary
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Bothights on indicates a problem with the battery. You cam try cleanibg the battery terminal with a Q-tip moistened with alcohol. Allow it to dry completly before tryin to recharge. If that doesn't work the battery may be defective or broken. If it was dropped that could cause the damage.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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