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Re: Early fathers day present

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George Marsh

03-26-2013 04:59:12
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Old, Did you ever get your battery charger working?
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 Re: Early fathers day present in reply to George Marsh, 03-26-2013 04:59:12  
One of 2 yes and thanks. As for the other one I have checked every place in this area that sells electronic stuff and none can get those diodes and many when I show them the part ask what the heck is that. Sad how what people knew of electronics years ago are no longer known and because of that one day it will hit the fan big time



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03-26-2013 14:08:57
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 Re: Early fathers day present in reply to old, 03-26-2013 09:35:36  
Old, you just have to learn how to think green. There are diodes in alternators, mig welders, DC welders, large power supplies and the list goes on. I went to ebay to show you what the diode pack looks like in a GM alternator. George

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 Re: Early fathers day present in reply to George Marsh, 03-26-2013 14:08:57  
Ya I understand that but my local auto parts tore when asked about diodes like the ones I need could not find any thing close. Ya I can order them but at $18 or so each plus $10 shipping



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03-26-2013 14:22:21
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 Re: Early fathers day present in reply to George Marsh, 03-26-2013 14:08:57  
Old, I went to Radio Shack. This device has 4 diodes in it, bridge circuit. If you know what you are doing, two of the diodes in the bridge are cathode to cathode, which I think are the two you need to use for your charger.
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03-26-2013 16:41:42
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 Re: Early fathers day present in reply to George Marsh, 03-26-2013 14:22:21  
Biggest set I found at my local Radio shack was maybe 10amps and that is not big enough



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 Re: Early fathers day present in reply to old, 03-26-2013 16:41:42  
Hello old,

Radio Shack has a bridge diode rated at 50 amps 200v. Some fo those couter guys are not very swift. I went to look for a mini stereo 3.5mm jask and he told me i only neede 2 wires for stereo not 3? I said thanks and left.
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03-27-2013 11:58:33
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 Re: Early fathers day present in reply to GUIDO, 03-27-2013 11:26:57  
Guess your local radio shack has better stuff then mine has since the biggest they have here is the 6amp ones I use for 12 volt conversions



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 Re: Early fathers day present in reply to old, 03-26-2013 16:41:42  
Putting 2 10 amp diodes in parallel makes a 20 amp diode. 3 will make 30 amp.



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 Re: Early fathers day present in reply to George Marsh, 03-26-2013 18:55:43  
Yes I know that but to get up to the 85amp or so goes back to the $$. One of the problems of living in a tourist trap town and not having much in the way of stores. May check for some next time I go to Columbia and see what I can find. Bad thing is when I was a kid I could find them all over the place



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