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You have most likely destroyed the output semiconductors by the shorting out of those wires. Indeed i would suspect those rectifiers, if you have AC Voltage and NO DC voltage, after the bridge rectifier, then the Bridge is faulty, Basically a Charger is a Transformer, the AC is put through Rectifiers/Capacitors to make it to DC, this then goes to Conditioning circuitry, that drops and smooths out the DC required to charge the battery. There MAY be fuses in the Secondary too Check.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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