Question about Schwinn Cycling
Don't want to use the wrong one and blow out a board.
If the recumbent digital computer gives you an option of power supply or batteries then you can deduce voltage of the power supply by counting the number of batteries needed times 1.5 (1.5 volts = voltage of AA or AAA battery).
You can deduce typical current by multiplying the number of batteries by: AA = .05 amps or AAA = .01 amps.
Your next issue will be to deduce the polarity. Look at the Schwinn to look for a symbol that will show you polarity. Typically the center of the plug is: + positive and the outer shell is - negative. There are instances where those two are reversed.
If this is all too confusing then Google the recumbent model number to find replacement power supplies ($35 to $45 US).
Posted on Nov 28, 2014
Testimonial: "No battery option. no symbol for polarity on plugin. If anyone has the correct transformer, all they have to do is look on the transformer, all the info will be there."
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