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Old 02-10-2003, 03:00 AM
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Perfect for Home, Shop and Hobbyist
Input: 115V AC, 60Hz, 270 Watts
Output: 13.8V DC
12 AMP Constant/14 AMP Surge
Powers Cellular Phones,12V DC CB Radios, Scanners, HAM Radios, Autosound Systems, etc.
Screw Terminal Connectors
Electronic Overload Protection w/ Auto Reset
Short Circuit & Thermal Protection
Fuse Protected
LED Condition Indicators
Heavy Duty Cabinet & Heatsink with Anti–Skid Rubber Feet

I have no idea where to get it fixed. You might want to check with the vendor. The advertised Electronic Overload Protection should have taken care of the short, the fuse did not even blow I think you should stick to the Shack PS.

I also think you have a perfect learning tool at your hands. It's a perfect time to get into the electronics hobby, don't you think? I started out that way (wall cubes) then to small regulated PS, then to some basic chargers. Next thing you know you're building custom electronic dischargers already Tell you what, if you can't fix the problem, build a better output regulator.

Try surfing the net for info. I bet you already have some basic troubleshooting instruments at your disposal.

Check out There's a great power supply schematic there. 20amps and up @13.8 Amperes . Compact case too.

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