(Topic ID: 238098)

Bally as-2518-54 rectifier board question


By Calipindave

1 year ago



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#2 1 year ago

I just did the two rectifiers on a Xenon. I used KBPC3504W rectifiers which have the same dimensions as the old rectifiers. I reused the spacers and mounted them the same as the old. I'm not sure what you'd do if you're missing a spacer. The two rectifiers should be exactly coplanar with the transformer chassis.

I don't know why you'd need a heat sink unless your new rectifiers are intended to go on the component side of the board.

#5 1 year ago

Sounds okay to me. I don't know that there's any "official" definition of continuity. Sounds like the threshold for your particular meter is somewhere between 25 and 600 ohms. Don't forget to add some heat sink grease between the rectifiers and the transformer chassis.

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