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GE DC-300 Problem

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#1 woodford


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Posted 24 December 2004 - 02:46 AM

Hi Guys,
Although I'm a regular reader of your site, I've finally decided to register!
So, I am having a problem with a GE DC-300. The drive is a 7VRHS070IB01? There is a zero speed sense (ZSS) PCB fitted which has a burnt out component CR2. Can anybody suggest where I can find information on what this component is (capacitor?) and what is the value/rating? The component has completely vapourised so no way to track by that route.
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Posted 24 December 2004 - 04:56 AM

Hello Woodford

Welcome to the forum.

I am sorry, I am not familiar with this drive, but a lable CR2 does not suggest a capacitor to me. I would be looking or at a semiconductor device such as a small SCR (three leaded) or a diac trigger device. - This is ust from my experience based on what is typicaly labeled CRxx

Hopefully, someone else can shed more light on the subject.
Have a good Christmas.

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