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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 10:34 am 
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Dear forum members! :help:
Fired EYOL81 Charger for Panasonic EY7542LR2S. Nowhere did I find it a scheme or a photo board with electronic components.Can help?
P.S.Sorry for the bad English (I am writing a translator) :oops: . Thanks.


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I don't think that manual will be available to the general public but here is the user manual-

http://bit.ly/yJ4bKc

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ultimatehandyman wrote:
I don't think that manual will be available to the general public but here is the user manual-

http://bit.ly/yJ4bKc

Thank you! User Guide I have.And I have Service Manual too http://www.revotool.com/media/explosion ... c/OL81.pdf. Need scheme.


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It is possible to test some of the components without a schematic, but it may be cheaper to just get a new charger (even a second hand one)

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ultimatehandyman wrote:
It is possible to test some of the components without a schematic, but it may be cheaper to just get a new charger (even a second hand one)

This is because, if the charger is sold in Russia.No at 240 volts, it is only in your England.Po laws in Russia can not sell high-tech products (which include power tools). And buy through middlemen get very expensive. :sad:


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