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Hello everyone.
Is it normal for rectifier to look like this, its kinda melted on the wires?

And yesterday my trip master stopped working correctly, showing just numbers 8888

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Then maybe the tripmaster fail was not connected to the regulator... I don't think this regulator is even from a XRV because the original one doesn't have a plug like this one. Maybe a previous owner soldered the cables to the plug. It is possible that that's even be a good fix if done correctly.
My tripmaster failed fully when it did. I don't know what the 8888 means, but maybe someone here has had a similar experience?
 

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Then maybe the tripmaster fail was not connected to the regulator... I don't think this regulator is even from a XRV because the original one doesn't have a plug like this one. Maybe a previous owner soldered the cables to the plug. It is possible that that's even be a good fix if done correctly.
My tripmaster failed fully when it did. I don't know what the 8888 means, but maybe someone here has had a similar experience?
Ok,I used contact spray on electric fuses and tripmaster works now. Everything is fine, previous owner changed rectifier and made it like that I suppose... voltage is ok, nothing to worry about it seems...
 
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