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Recently, my grandmothers lift chair stopped working (well the charger for it) and we need to replace it.
Did some googling, and it's a 24v 2 amp charger.
>commonly used in; On-board and Off-board applications, specially designed for electric scooter, power wheel-chairs and patient lifts among others.
I don't know what happened to the unit, but the "error" light comes on when I hit the power switch. so im sure it's something internal that can be fixed.
a new charger (OEM-2402) is $136 shipped.
Is there a cheaper, power wheels charger I can get?
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Hi DIY. Ive got a project I need some help with. I would like to build an electric powered off road transporter for my cripple sister. Im a mechanical guy, not an electrical guy. I figure its gonna have to be able to move no more than about 500 pounds (vehicle+cargo). Unfortunately, Im a mechanical guy, not an electrical guy, and there for have no idea what i need in terms of the electrical system. So I guess what im asking for is a mats list. I just need 2 motors, battery(s?), the controllers, and 2 simple forward/reverse switchs. Im also on an extremely tight budget so the cheaper the better. If you have any links to supplies that would be cool. Pic not related.
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I'm thinking about making a still, but setting aside the building of this still fore some further date, due to the complete lack of money.
I have an electric stove, and I was thinking about getting thermometer that can be placed inside the pan to keep the temperature at a steady 80C (or 176F for our SI-challenged friends).
My question is that if I have a pan with 23 litres of mash in it, how much will the temperature vary?
Does an electronic stove with six different settings keep at a steady temperature or do I have to get an alternative heat source?
Also I hope that this doesn't go in the category about discussing drugs or drug paraphernalia, because hey, "its just alcohol."