Replacement Aquabot Power Supply getting very hot
by Tim Conway
I purchased a power supply that was a demo from a showroom and it's relatively new. It gets very hot, but I'm not sure if this is normal.
The Aquabot is the 2010 and earlier type and the original power supply output was 35.2V. The output on the new power supply is 42V.
Two reasons I'm concerned.
1. Running about an hour it eventually gets almost too hot to touch.
2. Running beyond an hour it gets a plastic burning smell
Is this normal?
Recent changes to the Aquabot are:
1. Replaced the plug on the Aquabot wire because it looked corroded (It was hot with the old plug that's why I replaced it).
2. Put on new belts.
The model is PS # A7192.
Is it OK to run it like this?