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11-11-2005 12:29 AM  14 years ago
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Kermitdafrog

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Apache 2500 charger repair?
I was charging my batt a while ago and had clip leads across the output monitoring the voltage. I moved the heli and the clips shorted and took out the chip closest to the output leads. (it's visibly obvious).

Any clue where I can send it for repair? Their site http://www.anyrc.com is not english and "Babelfish" won't translate it.

Rick
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11-11-2005 12:56 AM  14 years ago
Professor Fate

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Hey Kermie are there any # left on the chip?Welcome my son, Welcome to the machine
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11-11-2005 03:42 AM  14 years ago
Kermitdafrog

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Yeah, but not sure there is enough to do anything with.

It's an 8-pin SMT, looking at the top of the chip with the pin "1" dot at the bottom left:

first line across the top --> 1xR237N (the x is unintelligible)

second line looks like 8M9P

bottom line has a "V" above pin 4 ... two letters in the area above pins 2 and 3 are the burned area and are unreadable.


I just got off the phone with a guy that has a Triton for sale on the web, and it turns out he's in Folly Beach, so I might go see him tomorrow.

Rick
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