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Re: Dead charger troubleshooting

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  • ldr214
    Tom, I agree with everything you are saying. It has just been a matter of time and priorities. Could you post your current sources under a new post, Brusa
    Message 1 of 8 , Sep 1, 2005
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      Tom,
      I agree with everything you are saying. It has just been a matter of
      time and priorities. Could you post your current sources under a new
      post, Brusa Parts? It might be useful down the road.
      Mike
      97 Force

      --- In force_ev@yahoogroups.com, Tom Hudson <tomhudson@e...> wrote:
      > Well, from my point of view, if you hook up the NLGMON software to
      the
      > charger and it is actually sending out data to the program, that
      means
      > the logic board and microprocessor are functioning. That's half
      the
      > battle. Troubleshooting and repair are a lot simpler when you can
      break
      > down the problem into smaller pieces. I have found a US
      distributor
      > that sells the special capacitors used in the power section of the
      NLG4,
      > which is also good. I'm going to try to repair my NLG4, which had
      half
      > the power section die. If I can get that back up and running, I'd
      > consider that a huge "win".
      >
      > Honestly, I'm tempted to buy all the non-functional NLG4's I can
      get my
      > hands on and see about doing something to get them working again,
      or at
      > least scavenge any working parts out of them. It's a great charger
      and
      > I'm always wanting to have spares on hand to keep my vehicles
      running!
      >
      > -Tom
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