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looking for faulty parts on a JM concept temp indicator .

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting and Repair' started by Elecbegginner, Sep 4, 2013.

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  1. Elecbegginner

    Elecbegginner

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    Hi everybody .

    Today i started looking at a temperature digital indicator .JM concept AK 9200 N .
    I found a bad electrolytic capacitor rated at 100 uF/35V at 105 C° .

    I have a similar working capacitor ( the black one on the card )but the max temp is 85 C° only , so i don't know if its ok to replace with it that ?
    I also need some little help on checking a little transformer , because i don't have the datasheet for it .
    The reason why i want to check the transformer is that it may be causing the cap to get puffy , or maybe other things .
     

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  2. zedsdead

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    As far as I understand it you should always replace caps with the same temp rating. They are rated for that temp for a reason. It will work. But for how long is the question. As for your other problem I can't help you there. Sorry.
     
  3. Elecbegginner

    Elecbegginner

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    Thanks zedsdead ,
     
  4. zedsdead

    zedsdead

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    Sure sorry I can't be of more help. Good luck.
     
  5. Elecbegginner

    Elecbegginner

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    The unit is working after replacing the faulty capacitor , i will need to look for one with the right temp rating .

    Cheers
     
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