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    maytronics dolphin power supply repair

    Anyone attempt to repair the power supply? Mine popped and died tonight conveniently 3 days after the two year warranty was up.
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    Re: maytronics dolphin power supply repair

    Man that stinks. Maybe they will work with you since its so close.
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    Re: maytronics dolphin power supply repair

    I agree call them, giving specific advice is hard as they made more than one type. The older ones I have been into were very simple, a big transformer and a bridge rectifier plus maybe a fuse and a power switch.
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    Re: maytronics dolphin power supply repair

    Quote Originally Posted by Isaac-1 View Post
    I agree call them, giving specific advice is hard as they made more than one type. The older ones I have been into were very simple, a big transformer and a bridge rectifier plus maybe a fuse and a power switch.
    The newer ones are lightweight, which tells me that probably a switch mode power supply is used. Also, there must be some sort of microcontroller to handle remote communications and send commands to the robot.
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