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Old 30th April 2005, 03:56 AM   #1
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Ok...i'm ignorant and can't find the answer.. On all of Brian's other PS boards he labled the AC inputs either AC1 H or AC1N but he changed that on the Snubber. Instead he put a line over one of the inputs. Is that suppose to indicate the Neutral????
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Those markings have no actual meaning and it doesn't matter how you connect the wires as long as you go by AC1 - AC1, AC2-AC2.

If you look at the rectifier's bridge, you'll notice that no matter how the phase of secondaries is connected, it always goes through a set of two diodes to exactly same points.
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