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Why Isn't My Joule Thief Working ? Answered


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ASCASBest Answer (author)2012-04-29

Probably It's Because:
- Your wire winding is wrong
- Your transistor is burnt
- Your circuit shorted
- Your transistor terminals are all wrong (ex. BCE, EBC, CBE)
- You mistakenly soldered a wrong part with the wrong value.
- etc.


Please be specific !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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icekid (author)ASCAS2012-04-29

i tried to dismantle it and assemble it, I just found out that my winding is all wrong.

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iceng (author)2012-04-28
  • Are you really working on a JT lets see it.
  • you could have wired it wrong
  • is this a circuit of it ??

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rickharris (author)2012-04-28

Why is the earth round, why is the sky blue, why can't you walk on water?/


Please give us more information, pictures, diagrams and a resume of what the symptoms are NONE of us have crystal balls.

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canucksgirl (author)2012-04-28

You could give more info... but in the mean time, try reading the answers to this same question found HERE.

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