Question about Bissell 1715-G Spotlifter Bagless Handheld Vacuum
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The R1 resistor basically drops the 9V to around 5V for charging the battery pack. The resistor is a 10 ohm , 2 watt resistor. The other resistor is 220 ohm. This only limits the current to the LED.
The 10 ohm resistor burnt because the battery pack was left to sit too long without use and charging. So the cells shorted causing excessive current through the resistor when you attempted to charge the batteries.
After replacing the resistor, you will need to replace the battery pack before charging. Otherwise, you'll just burn the resistor again.
Posted on Dec 23, 2010
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According to you your machine's resistor burnt out. This resistor is located above the 240 volt capacitor which white base. change the resistor soon. For color code of the resistor you can follow the manual. You can visit also the product website for tech assistance.
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