What are the Ryobi Charger Resistor Values inside the unit?
I have the Ryobi 9.6v 1400673 base, From the internal works of the Fried board, and non fried or discolored resistor.
The Smaller one is a 330 ohm Resistor(Orange-Orange-Brown-Gold)....
I THINK.... I might be Wrong.
The Bigger Gray one, I cant even tell,
BUT I think it was a...
Orange???-Yellow???-?????(I cant tell White? Gray? Silver? It looks blown off or melted)-?????(looks Black But from the macro pic I took, bits of it look Gold.)
These are all a guess since they could have been faded due to the heat.
I still cant find the Schematics, anyone find any at all? Or Maybe open up one and see the Resistors and then Post them I have only 1 base, and no one around me has the same model number. If I had the resistor bands from a non fried base, then making the board I can do I have everything to make the bored so I am not worried. Just need the color codes.
I did try yellow yellow brn gld, on the smaller one, it gave slight errors so I know that ain't the right one plus it made it 440ohm as well with that combo.
org org brn gld made it 330ohm.
Yes to answer all your questions, I can solder and De-solder, and yes I CAN make my own boards.
AND YES... IF anyone needs the board after I find the resistor value for this model... I don't/wont mind making one for you guys too. Yes I have LEDs too even a green one vs a red one, I think I have blue too.. which I might just change out for the heck of it.
I did test them with my multimeter, and unless I am WAY off these resistors are to low themselves.
From what I can see...
What I multimetered it at was 217-220, +/- 10.... roughly 230 IF the resistor is bad then it might be 330.
If the the colors I was guessing were orange in color, bled faded to what i see orange orange brown gold (330Ω), OR it really bled from colors of red red brown gold, that is 220Ω.....
Over 100off. See my problem.
I hope I can get someone out there to open up their WORKING 9.6v Charger Base, and just tell me the bands, that is all i really need... PLEASE help.
Is this a good question?