Stromer ST1 charger, can it be repaired?

Colleen

New Member
I have two older ST1s, and one charger. I have a couple of chargers that no longer work. Possible to repair? I would like to have a back up charger on hand.

(I also have a newer ST5, but that is a different charger).
 

SC00CHB00CH

Active Member
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USA
After seeing some nasty battery fires , not sure I'd want to risk repairing a charger unless the tech was qualified. Maybe sell them for parts on EBAY and get a new one. High quality cells and safe chargers are a must for me.
 

Johnny

Well-Known Member
I have two older ST1s, and one charger. I have a couple of chargers that no longer work. Possible to repair? I would like to have a back up charger on hand.

(I also have a newer ST5, but that is a different charger).

I wouldn't risk it, especially for the charger and battery.


Btw, I remember you were having an issue with your st3 I guess they replaced it with an st5, how are you liking it so far?
 

bluecat

Well-Known Member
I have two older ST1s, and one charger. I have a couple of chargers that no longer work. Possible to repair?

The 36V chargers were without dedicated (proprietary) protocol. Might be easier to buy a no-name 36V 4A CC-CV with BFP and connect the needed plug. But then it's no longer Stromer equipment, so use in plant pot outside the house.
 

Ebiker01

Well-Known Member
I have two older ST1s, and one charger. I have a couple of chargers that no longer work. Possible to repair? I would like to have a back up charger on hand.

(I also have a newer ST5, but that is a different charger).


If u know what a Mosfet/s is/are then you had answer your own question. If not, then u could look for a qualified engineer.