Genuine Samsung Cellphone Charger Repaired

By on October 16, 2012



Specification

Input :100-240 v AC   50-60Hz   0.15A

Output:  4.75  v DC  0.4 A

Made  in china

SMPS PRINCIPLES CHARGER CIRCUIT

charger repair

The circuit of this charger is designed  to run on two ac input voltages i.e the 100V and 240 V. The AC wide range input of 100-240 V is possible because of special diodes 4 X 1A7H were in use as bridge rectifiers. It can handle the voltages within tolerance of 100-300 volt AC. Of course the filter cap must also be able to support up to 400 VDC.

charger circuit repair

The problem of this charger was no dc output from the socket. From my previous repair experience the common fault for this type of charger were broken wire and socket.

The first thing I do was to soldered an AC wire cord to the AC terminal to turn on the charger so that I can check on the DC terminal output with a voltmeter. The reason I soldered the AC wire cord is because I have removed the cover and left only the circuit board.

charger circuit board

AC CORD IS SOLDERD TO THE AC TERMINALs OF CELLPHONE BOARD

circuit board charger

   GENIUNE   SAMSUNG CELLPHONE  CHARGER  CIRCUITE BOARD

VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE : Be careful with the AC 220V when handling this charger!!!!!

When I’d got 5 volt output at the DC terminal this means the wire have problem. Replacement with a new wire brought the charger back to life again.

charger wire

DC Wire and Socket

 

charger fault repair

SMD side of the charger

Note: SMD components can be found in the Genuine charger circuit board but not the immitation one.

Shotteky diode in one side of the circuit board of samsung genuine charger JC2W= BAL74  SOT 23  HIGH SPEED DIODE

Please be informed that your cell phone charger repair knowledge can be used to expand on any other battery chargers like Shavers battery chargers, Drill battery chargers, Mixers battery chargers and etc. This is also a good source of income for repairers. Millions of faulty chargers are ready to repair by you.

Hope this article helps!

Mr Beh

 

Note: Please do not attempt to perform the repair work if you do not know about electrical safety. 

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16 Comments

  1. badr

    October 17, 2012 at 11:42 am

    i want to thank you mr jestine my information increase day by day when i read in your web
     

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  2. Colin Mitchell

    October 17, 2012 at 2:34 pm

    The following is badly worded:
    The circuit of this charger is designed  to run on two ac input voltages i.e the 100V and 240 V. The AC wide range input of 100-240 V is possible because of special diodes 4 X 1A7H were in use as bridge rectifiers. It can handle the voltages within tolerance of 100-300 volt AC. Of course the filter cap must also be able to support up to 400 VDC.

    Should be:

    The circuit of this charger is designed to run on a voltage from 100V  to 240 V. The wide AC range input of 100-240 V is possible because the circuit picks off a small portion of the waveform and the “area under the graph” represents the energy delivered to the output.
    The 1A7H diodes used in the bridge rectifier are rated at 400v and the filter cap must also be able to withstand up to 400 VDC.
     

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  3. ibrahim

    October 17, 2012 at 7:59 pm

    This is fantastic repair work. But at times it is the 400v capacitor that has swollen up . Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Peter

    October 18, 2012 at 8:15 am

    Nice Post. sometimes we spend a lot of time looking at the componets not knowing that its just the wires that are brocken. This saves time. Thanks for informing us.
     
     

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  5. James

    October 19, 2012 at 2:59 am

    Thanks Mr. Beh.
    Once again thanks for the post. It will help someone save a penny and also make some. A penny saved is much worth than a penny spent.

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  6. beh

    October 19, 2012 at 2:38 pm

    HI MR JAMES
    yes. but this worth  more than a penny  because if you repair your genuine charger and not buy a immitation cheap  cellphone charger you saved your genuine battery and therefore you saved your  precious cellphone becasuse also immitation  cheap batteries are in the market . i refer you to two last articles in this subject
    thanks
    beh

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  7. beh

    October 19, 2012 at 8:49 pm

    HI MR COLIN
    yes. in another words the AC input voltages directly solderd to diodes and these diodes can handel  AC  between 100-300 V  50/60 H z    . also the filter caps are supporting  this by thier value 4.7microfarad 400v
    thanks-beh
     

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  8. teody ramos

    October 20, 2012 at 4:24 am

    i have a problem with my lenovo netbook charger ,I think it not working properly because my netbook works with the battery operated while it's not working when, I plug the socket of the charger to the wall outlet .May, I know it's 
    possible to repair the charger or its better to a new one? Thanks more power supports ...

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    • Jestine Yong

      October 20, 2012 at 7:32 am

      Hi Teody,

      Since the charger already have problem there is no harm trying. Before that you have to make sure that the charger does not have any output. Open up the charger and begin to troubleshoot but make sure you know what you are doing because it involve live AC electricity.

      Jestine

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  9. beh

    October 21, 2012 at 9:27 am

    HI PETER
    yes most time as long as you open the chargers cover  you can see the problem by your eyes
    beh
     
     

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  10. beh

    October 21, 2012 at 10:24 am

    HI PETER
    like broken DC or AC  wire from the board or smoked diode or resistors or bulged filter caps and so andso.......
    beh

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  11. beh

    October 21, 2012 at 3:58 pm

    HI EBRAHIM
    thanks . but in this charger board  the filter caps are ok
    beh
     

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  12. rambo

    November 1, 2012 at 10:16 am

    what kind of diode is jc2w it has five terminals or leg, what the schematic?

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    • Jestine Yong

      November 2, 2012 at 3:03 am

      Hi Rambo,

      Kindly send a photo to my email at jestineyong(at)electronicrepairguide.com at means @ for me to check it out.

      Jestine

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  13. beh

    November 2, 2012 at 10:50 am

    HI RAMBO
    yes this is a  shottkey diode with 5 leg    and for sure is not one diodethis is several diodes in one package
    this need the diagram of this chip to answer correctly
    beh

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  14. raymundo saura

    November 9, 2013 at 8:45 am

    thanks another knowledge added thanks and GOD bless

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