My voltage regulator is outputing a 330v voltage...

@surfer222 (1715)
Indonesia
February 17, 2012 12:10pm CST
six month ago my voltage regulator was broken. So i called a technician to fix my voltage regulator.. after that i never check the output voltage that comes out from that voltage regulator because i assume that after the technician fix it, then my voltage regulator will work fine. Yesterday i notice that the indicator point to the number over 220v then i checked it with voltmeter. i was surprise that my voltage regulator is outputing a 220v... did anyone know what went wrong? what cause my voltage regulator outputing 150% voltage larger than it was supposed to?
1 response
@adhyz82 (36263)
• Indonesia
17 Feb 12
i just guess maybe there are broking components in your voltage regulator.. there are something about transsient flow which cause broken the measurement of your voltage measurement
@surfer222 (1715)
• Indonesia
17 Feb 12
in other words, the technician only fix some of the problem but he didn't check that there's other component that was broken? and the cost of fixing it is almost as expensive as buying a new one... i better buy a new one than fixing this voltage regulator.
@adhyz82 (36263)
• Indonesia
18 Feb 12
thats right maybe the technician did not work well and never check the whole part.. and it will you and another client never ask him again for fixing something.. right?