Repairing Charger

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Hello! guys today i'm gonna show you how to repair your charger at home very easily but before do this you'll need to know how to soldering if you didn't know keep practicing.

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Step 1: Disassembling

Let's get started open your burnt charger with screw driver.

Step 2: Examine

Examine your charger kit what types of component burning and simply replaced it.

Step 3: Components

These are the components burnt on my charger kits i just simply replaced with new components

Capacitors: 2.2uf(400 volt) and 4.7uf(400 volt)

Resistors: 100 ohm

Step 4: Replacing

After replacing my charger kit is just looks like this and its work fine.

I hope you guys like it.....:)



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    10 Discussions

    Phil B

    4 years ago

    Please notice the bulging top ends of the capacitors. This is a sign they need to be replaced. You replaced two of them, but another in the picture is also bulging and in need of replacement.

    4 replies

    yes you are right sir but its fine its just black color on it by burnt the others i already checked it.

    MikBAsadullah Mughal

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    '"tis just a fleshwound!"

    The bulged capacitors are clearly shot, so good job on replacing those.

    The others don't look bulged to me, but, if they are using the cheapest capacitors possible, and two have clearly failed, the others may be out of spec but not yet bulging and leaking.

    Always try and use decent quality capacitors for this, they might be a few pence more, but it means you won't have to do it again in a year or so!

    Nice repair.