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I have a 36v ac 3640 cv charger with a burnt out thermistor i need to know rating for the thrmistor marked up on pcb as r2

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Hi mate i know its 2 years over later if u have red flashing led this normally fixes fault..replace R2 ON CHARGER,

www.uk.farnel.com then search this,,,:- B57236S500M

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