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Pietrov  
#1 Posted : Monday, July 11, 2016 8:57:37 AM(UTC)
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Greetings.

My mixer does not turn on.

I am trying to attach both a picture from the circuit as well as a drawing with the measurements I took with a multimeter.

The brand and model are no longer readable.

Thanks!
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, August 2, 2016 6:07:16 PM(UTC)
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Is it a specific milkshake maker or a blender?
Pietrov  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, August 3, 2016 4:18:24 AM(UTC)
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Hey, thanks for trying!
The only thing I got from it is this: "Selec Line" blender, no model info.

Here, let me send you a better image of the circuit drawing, you'll see the root of the problem highlighted by two double circles, on the attached image.

I'd like to draw your attention to this: the voltage measurement between Line (F) and Speed switch is 0V, as expected because they are connected in series. Again as expected, the V mesurement accross the bleeder resistor (between Line (F) and neutral (N)) is 230V.

BUT (here is the weird part): the Volt. measurement between the neutral (N) and the speed switch is 0V!! I mean, I would expect it to read 230V! Can't understand this situation.

Best Regards
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Pietrov  
#4 Posted : Wednesday, August 24, 2016 11:51:01 PM(UTC)
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Nobody?

It is only a perfectly normal electrical appliance that connects directly to 230V.

Come on people, you are the experts in circuitry. Surely someone knows where the problem may be...?

Thanks for trying!
Very Best Regards
McGear10  
#5 Posted : Thursday, June 8, 2017 5:59:35 PM(UTC)
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Were you able to resolve this problem?
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