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I strongly suggest you contact Lexmark technical support to request for the printer's power adapter. They may require your contact info and the printer's serial number for documentation purposes. Thanks.

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A transformer rated 480/110/220 volt, single phase. The currents on the secondary are 16 amps on L1, 27 amps on L2. What is the primary current on the transformer?

Assuming L1 terminals are the 110 V output and L2 are the 220V output, then the theoretical 440V input current for a 100% efficient , i.e. lossless, transformer would be 17.5 amperes.if the secondaries are delivering the specified currents. More realistically the input current might be 2 to 5% higher since transformer generally run at 95 to 98% efficiency. 18.5 amperes would be an approx result.
Amps at 440 V = ((16 x 110) +(27 x 220)) /440

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My hipstreet pulse 5v charger broke & i have bought several 5v needle chargers that plug into my tablet but wont register or connect to charge it why?

Hi yes the problem using different chargers polarity can be positive & negative. On the male plug or it can be negative & posative ....also they can be AC CURRENT OR DC CURRENT U NEED A MULTIMETER TO TEST THEM ...OR ITCOULD BE a fault with the tablet or the Charging socket .,cheers

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I install a new limit switch and now something keep burning out the transformer i replace it also and something keep burning it out what the problem could be

All transformer comes with a current limit specification in terms of VA units. For example a 24 v secondary coil with 6 VA specification only can hold a current of of 4 amps for a short period of time. So to prevent that it burned out you only pass an 80% of that current, then it really can hold 3.2 amps continuously.
Other possibles causes for burning the transformer are:
1. Accidentally connecting the primary and secondary reversed, the secondary can not manage the voltage and current of the primary .
2. A coil or device that is connected to the secondary is demanding to much current because is shorted or stuck in a position causing an increase on current.
3. The primary have multiple taps to operate on different voltages and the combination is wrong.
3. Faulty wiring. Some times the insulation of the wires became worm, cracked or melted, with the wires torches the metal a short is produced and the transformer burns. Check the wires carefully.

Hope these tips help,.

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I have a f3 mag current error is coming.... and it is not heationg the sub enough...

F3 MAG CURR means you have a problem with the high voltage system in your oven, the microwave circuit.

The next part is extremely dangerous, if you have no background in electric STAY OUT. CALL A PRO you will be working with 5000 volts.

With that said you will need a clamp on ampmeter to measure the current to narrow down the problem.

Discharging can be done by unplugging the oven and then short across the red wire on each capacitor to the chassis with an insulated screwdriver.
1. Remove the top and right side covers.
2. Enter the test mode. (From the OVEN OFF mode, simultaneously press
BACK and ENTER keys, enter the code 9-4-2-8 and press ENTER).
3. Place amp meter on the brown "ct" wire for amp reading. Wire is coming from the primary side of the
HV transformers and looping through the black plastic current transformer on the main control board and back to the HV transformers.
4. Press and hold the MGTRON soft key on the keypad to energize the magnetrons.
5. Observe the amperage on the meter. Typical readings are:
NORTH AMERICA: 12-14 amps at 240VAC/13-16 amps at 208VAC.
If you are getting 12-16 amps then change the I/O board.

If you are only getting 7 or 8 amps then only one side of the of the HV system is not working correctly. You will need to figure out which side is bad by un-plugging the power wires going to one of the HV transformers. Then test again and if you get no amps you have found the bad side. Replace the HV transformer, cap and diode.

If you are not getting any amps then check the F3 fuse it will most likely be blown. Replace and start over

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I have two ir security cameras. When it gets dark enough to require the ir to kick in, it does and then tries to go back to "day" (color) mode. It then recognizes that there is not enough light and the...

You don't mention if both cameras are malfunctioning. If so, yes it is a power problem. Each camera needs additional amperage when it switches from day to night mode. The power source is probably fine during daytime hours but can't supply the demand when the ir's kick in at night. If your power is being supplied by plug in transformers then purchase a new one with the same voltage rating (most are 24VAC) but a higher Volt/Amp rating (amperage or current). If one transformer supplies both units then purchase another identical transformer and power each camera separately. If using a power supply (transformer and power supply board) you are most likely running your cameras at 24VDC. Again, purchase another power supply with the same volltage but a larger continuous amp output. Hope this helps. Let me know if I can be of further assistance.

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What is the correct amps for the 12 volt transformer

the current measured in ampere which depends upon the resistance . V/R=I{ohm's law} . as resistance is low , current becomes high . power supply gives that much current which circuit takes no fixed current transformer gives whatever current mentioned on the transformer .i.e., maximum current capacity of that transformer .

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Recorder buzzez when plugged into power outlet! possibility i mixed up the cord? The cord being used reads 300v and the casing on the recorder reads 100-230v!

Nah its nothing to do with the cord, the cord has to be rated higher than the actual voltage being used by the device, just like components inside these electronic items have to be above the range that they operate at so as not to get damaged by excessive current and or voltage.
Ususlly the buzzing is on the power supply, either some capacitors have buldged inducing irregular current flow or the onboard transformer has developed a fault.
hope this helps.

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Short Circut, blows fuses instantly.

OK usually the fuse goes because the Amp's IC's are drawing too much current thus the fuse blows... either this OR the Power Supply has gone Kaput. It is possible to replace the output IC's.. as it is to fix the PSU.. But it really is a shop job..

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Some gmes won't play.

Ok. Do you have a NTSC system?

Some PAL games will only run on standard and some will only run in HD and some will run on both if the PS3 is NTSC. The PAL games output at (576i/p) while the NTSC outputs at (480i/p). So honestly, I think that is your problem. You have a NTSC system and PAL games. If you do not have a HDTV then you will need to exchange those games for the NTSC version. Sorry for the bad news. It's not Sony's fault, it's how the game developers coded the games.
I hope this helps. Good luck to you.

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I have a 3 year old Panasonic CT-32HXC14J TV. It has been working fine until today. When I tried to turn it on the internal (6.3amp/125v fuse) blew. I went to get a new one and could only find a 4 pack...

Hello sjday62

It sounds as if you have a component that has changed value enough in value to cause a high current draw, but has not completely shorted out. this phrase from you "so I did a stupid thing and bypassed the internal fuse and it turned on and worked" Not as stupid as you would think because it confirms what I said above, the 6.3 amp fuse tells me that the current draw normally is about 3 amperes since the normal rule of thumb is to double the value of the current to select the type of fuse. a five amp fuse should as well as a 4 amp fuse (it's best and recommended to use the exact fuse type). Now back to your issue. I would suspect that a transformer in the power chain has developed a shorted winding, or a capacitor begun to develop a short or excessive absorption.

I would suggest that you have the set looked at by a qualified TV technician.

I hope this helps,

Thank you,


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