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Discussion in 'Troubleshooting and Repair' started by 600rob, May 14, 2018.

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  1. 600rob

    600rob

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    May 14, 2018
    Hi folks,

    The digital display on my motorcycle recently failed. ( the display powers up and the back light comes on but none of the readings display)
    After researching on a bike related forum the issue is due to corrosion on the circuit board which can be resolved by a clean up in lucky cases or a replacement of damaged components in bad cases

    In my case the clean up did not work. I believe i have located the parts in question but not being an electronics expert i'm having trouble identifying them and working out what suitable replacements I need to buy.

    From what I understand the parts are surface mount diodes.
    I have inspected the parts with a magnifying glass and can see the following item number :

    S
    1G
    72

    I've searched online and can find anything that matches this part number. Unfortunately i'm not able to find out the manufacturer.

    The guys on the bike forum have said that its a general purpose diode with around a 1 amp capability which does not need to be fast switching or high voltage. I've attached a pic below showing one of the components. ( the other one has already been removed)

    Is anyone able to help me identify the part and advise me on some replacement or alternate parts that i can get hold of in the UK which I can use to try and repair the board?

    upload_2018-5-14_15-41-22.png


    Many thanks
    Rob
     
  2. Robert_fay

    Robert_fay

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    Without a better pic of the component i can not verify 100%, however the S1G would be a callout for a 1A 400V Diode across many suppliers including Vishay and On Semi. 72 is likely a date code. Here is a cutout from a Vishay series and their symbol S1G. No their marking would be SG so it is likely not a Vishay part, however that would be the direction I would be looking.

    upload_2018-5-14_10-18-5.png

    Same from Diodes inc.
    https://www.diodes.com/assets/Datasheets/ds16003.pdf
     
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  3. duke37

    duke37

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    Have you tested the diodes?
    It looks as if you have plenty of room to fit diodes with leads,. 1N4004 to 1N4007.As cheap as chips:)
     
  4. 600rob

    600rob

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    May 14, 2018
    I tested the diode arrowed in the pic and it checked out okay.

    i was not able to get the probes on the other one as the legs were completely corroded away.
     
  5. dave9

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