> We seem to go through quite a few battery chargers and have
> 4-5 ones that no
> longer work. Most are the manual kind i.e. set the timer
> then the amps. My
> question is ...is anyone familar with a way to fix them ??
They are usually very simple inside, so open it up and make a few tests. If
the transformer is gone, it's probably not worth replacing. But if it's
just a diode, or circuit breaker, they are fairly easy and cheap to replace.
I've been using an old Schumacher 2/10/50 model for many years now that was
given to me in "quit working" condition. All it needed were some diodes,
which I salvaged from a scrap alternator.
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