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Hi, got asked a bit of an odd ball request at work, one boss has one of them Mitsubishi PHEV things. And the charger is knackered. I had a look at the charger and it had melted the relay inside which was easily replaced, looked to of been caused by a high resistant joint. Now it still won’t charge. This doesn’t look to be a typical charger as it has an input of 240v and an output of 240v, which I’m now getting. Does anyone have an experience with these that could offer some advice? A replacement he said is £800 mark so worth a bit of messing about time

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Hi, got asked a bit of an odd ball request at work, one boss has one of them Mitsubishi PHEV things. And the charger is knackered. I had a look at the charger and it had melted the relay inside which was easily replaced, looked to of been caused by a high resistant joint. Now it still won’t charge. This doesn’t look to be a typical charger as it has an input of 240v and an output of 240v, which I’m now getting. Does anyone have an experience with these that could offer some advice? A replacement he said is £800 mark so worth a bit of messing about time

Cheers
Sounds like collateral damage to me... Many years ago I re-wound the motor of a washing machine, only to discover that the motor failure had knocked out the controller board too...
 
Hi, got asked a bit of an odd ball request at work, one boss has one of them Mitsubishi PHEV things. And the charger is knackered. I had a look at the charger and it had melted the relay inside which was easily replaced, looked to of been caused by a high resistant joint. Now it still won’t charge. This doesn’t look to be a typical charger as it has an input of 240v and an output of 240v, which I’m now getting. Does anyone have an experience with these that could offer some advice? A replacement he said is £800 mark so worth a bit of messing about time

Cheers
What brand of charger are we talking about ?
 

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