Does anyone knows the value of CR33 and CR38 diodes on XL2T board?

Thanks in advance

Spyros - Thessaloniki - Greece

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Proguard Security
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Probably less than what it would cost you to replace the board... :-)

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Frank Olson

Spyros, I don't think anyone is going to be able to tell you what the values are but on those boards, I think you could use diodes made out of compressed mud and it would still work.

Just use the biggest diodes you can fit. If it doesn't work, you're no worse off than you are right now. Even if these are the rectifier diodes, one amp should do it.

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I agree with Jim, try any silicon diode ranging from 500 ma to 1 amp say from 100 volt and up.. Stay with silicon and not germin.. With a 2T the current is going to be low.. only possible problem would be if the ckt calls for a tunnel or other special limiting current diode which I doubt..

Best of luck.. RTS

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Rocky T Squirrel

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