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Join date : 2011-06-11
Age : 78
Location : Newport, South Wales,UK
|Subject: Re: problems with 2 x 2.4g sets Sun Feb 23, 2014 10:40 am|| |
Sorry to hear of your problem. I assume you have separate 1.2 volt batteries ?
You might like to go them individually with a meter and check their volts. You might be able save some of them. You do have a meter, don't you ?
When analyzing electrical faults you have to trace it analytically. That is to say, if you change a suspect part with another and the fault persists, then it's likely not that part. The fault must be somewhere else.
Hope this helps
|Subject: Re: problems with 2 x 2.4g sets Sun Feb 23, 2014 10:58 am|| |
Yes Ken I have several multimeters and it was one separate some are getting a bit old I charged about 50 cells 5 wouldn't accept a charge that's why I was surprised when this one died
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Join date : 2011-11-26
Age : 79
Location : Thaxted, Essex
|Subject: Re: problems with 2 x 2.4g sets Sun Feb 23, 2014 10:04 pm|| |
It's getting closer Barrie, I still have to make travel boxes for both models yet although I have measured them both and sketched what I need