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Current version by: Dan ,

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It's the onewire circuit, probably a power surge caused or unfiltered by one of the usual aftermarket cheap chargers. Or it's pulled down by the charging rails, maybe a dead mosfetMOSFET.
It's the onewire circuit, probably a power surge caused or unfiltered by one of the usual aftermarket cheap chargers. Or it's pulled down by the charging rails, maybe a dead mosfetMOSFET.

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Edit by: arbaman ,

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It's the onewire circuit, probably a power surge caused or unfiltered by one of the usual aftermarket cheap chargers. Or it's pulled down by the charging rails, maybe a dead mosfet.
It's the onewire circuit, probably a power surge caused or unfiltered by one of the usual aftermarket cheap chargers. Or it's pulled down by the charging rails, maybe a dead mosfet.

Status:

open

Original post by: arbaman ,

Text:

It's the onewire circuit, probably a power surge caused or unfiltered by one of the usual aftermarket cheap chargers.

Status:

open