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A full wave bridge rectifier with a 120V rms sinusoidal input has a load resistor of 1kohm. (1) If silicon diodes are employed what is the dc voltage available at the load

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There shoud be a big elcetrolytic cap connecto the bridge rectifier output, ti should have about 150~160 vdc on that cap, if you do not have the dc on the secondary side, ti may be because it sees short circuits (you will hear fainted ticking sound), the power supply should have 5v and 12v at all time. Try heating up the primary circuits with hair dryer to see if will kick on. Post some picture will help, see example here: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums

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The resistor is acting as a fuse and will continue to blow until you fix the REAL problem. LIKELY the filter capacitor(s) beyond the bridge rectifier are failing. One needs to use test equipment to measure the current through the resistor and see if it is reasonable. The capacitors can heal briefly and then start to short. One should also check the rectifier in operation with an oscilloscope as one diode could intermittently short.

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