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Unread 05-22-2012, 02:02 PM   #1
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hey guys, I'm new the the carting world and have a controller issue. i have a 95 cc with serial A9548-xxxxxx 48v. the batteries are brand new and showing 50.2v across the pack. it has a curtis 1204-410 controller. the cart will not move in either forward or reverse( though the buzzer sounds in reverse). i have tried an OBC reset and bypass and nothing worked. i checked and rechecked the battery cables and all other wires. after reading posts on here, i deduced it was a controller issue. i pulled appart the controller and found a transistor on the logic board was burnt out. does any one know what the values are supposed to be on this? would it be easier to find a replacement logic board? i have attached some pictures of the board and the transistor that is bad. thanks
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Unread 05-22-2012, 03:02 PM   #2
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Default Re: 95 cc controller repair

I have a Rev C board and the only TO-220 device is a TIP41C. Findchips TIP41C Likely the same for Rev A.

Also, capacitor C10 looks bulged in the first photo... Cheers!
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Unread 05-23-2012, 08:15 AM   #5
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thanks, i didnt even notice the resistor. i think i will just get a new controller and be done with it. any suggestions on a good cost affective replacement. thanks for your help.
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LOL! Alltrax is good stuff, GE, Sevcon

I might be interested in your old controller if you decide not to fix it...
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thanks, i didnt even notice the resistor. i think i will just get a new controller and be done with it. any suggestions on a good cost affective replacement. thanks for your help.
talk with scotty, his prices are right and service after the sale priceless.............................
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Default Re: 95 cc controller repair

A TIP41 is a VERY common NPN transistor. You can get one shipped to you from Digikey for about 75 cents (plus shipping). At that price, I'd give repairing it a shot. I assume you can solder and have the tools, otherwise you would not have even considered it.
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ok i didnt realize they were that common. i will give it a shot and see what happens. i will put pics up when im done.
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heres one from digikey: http://www.digikey.com/product-detai...41C-ND/1052519

they have very reasonable first class postage rates & no minimum order.
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