Electrical component help.

  1. eLuSiVeMiTe

    eLuSiVeMiTe Member

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    As per the thread below this.
    https://www.mig-welding.co.uk/forum/threads/hunting-for-a-psu.102871/


    I need to repair a PSU for an old mixer.

    I've tracked down all but one component.

    Marked here as br22

    Judging by the drawing it's another bridge rectifier like the w005 shown.

    Can't find any info on it and I'm well out of my comfort zone

    Wiring a plug or motor is about my limit.

    Any help very welcome.
     
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  2. a111r Member

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  3. Gazello Member

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    Maybe measure it before buying one ,

    Dmm on diode mode and check 4x 0,6 v

    Plus is the chamfered corner


    More likely a capacitor
     
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  4. eddie49 Member

    I looked at the circuit diagram, and thought it was really complicated just to run one of these: Mixer.jpeg
    Then I realised other types of mixer are available. Yes, its a bridge rectifier, running off 32v AC.
     
  5. eLuSiVeMiTe

    eLuSiVeMiTe Member

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    I knew someone would as I clicked post . :)

    Thanks for confirming. Guessing it's not critical to have an exact match
    Just dimensions and input voltage?
     
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  6. eddie49 Member

    Yes, not critical, the one linked to by a111r above, or similar, will be fine.
     
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  7. eLuSiVeMiTe

    eLuSiVeMiTe Member

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    Perfect.
    Thanks everyone.

    Will get the last piece ordered and hopefully rebuilt soon without the power hum bleeding over every channel.
     
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  8. the snooper

    the snooper getting older by the day

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    Amperage is quite a big thing, go for one that you know will supply enough current to run what's needed
     
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