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Re: I've built my own single 9V dc beck's blood cleaner
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Re: I've built my own single 9V dc beck's blood cleaner

I have tested at the CS jack, there was no continuity, however when plugged the cable in and tested the continuity it still has no continuity, surely when the jack cable is plugged in it should have continuity through the ends of the cable in order for it to work???????????

I changed those top two schottky’s, i also swapped the 10uf 50v cap on the left for a 35v and changed the middle cap for a new 10uf 50v, i have re-tested and now i am getting 8.7 v at each schottky, same all the way down, any ideas what to do next, theres definitely no shorts across solders i really checked that, is there anywhere that i missed where i should have drilled holes and made gaps to separate components.

Its very difficult to get those chips specifically unless i order them from America, or do u think i could pay you to send me them over? Its thats too much trouble then don’t worry its no problem.

If there could be anything else that could be causeing that problem then what could it be, or what else could i also try to get this votage up and alternating.
If you cant think of anything else then i will take some clearer pictures from the back and send them to you, let me know what you think.

This might help you to knoe what the problem is........... when i first turn on the battery, if i quickly read the voltages then they are all crrect and as i move down the rectifiers it gets lower just like you stated before, the thing is also that from that point onwards they immediately start to go down and down more in volts as i hold the tester on each 1 i can see the voltage is like its being drained down, until they reach 8.7v and then they all stay there, i you may know what this is????????

Kindest regards


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