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chang1
06-12-2016, 12:37 AM
As I could not find a list of adaptor resistances here is a table of what I have found from hunting around online. Enjoy and use at your own peril!

If you have more info or can help to improve the accuracy it would be much appreciated. The idea is to help people save time and the cost of an adaptor (about 6 pounds) by using a resistor costing about 19p from Maplin and a suitable connector or converting an old adaptor. These are needed to clear a PJ/AJ fault code usually after a pcb has been replaced.

chang1
06-12-2016, 12:56 AM
TYPE.........ADAPTOR MODEL......PART #.........RESISTANCE
20............J22..........................066963J.......68 kΩ or 0.068 kΩ
25............J28..........................066964J.......120 kΩ or 0.120 kΩ
32............J36/40.....................065331J.......40 kΩ or 0.40 kΩ
35............J36/40.....................065331J.......40 kΩ or 0.40 kΩ
40............J45..........................065340J.......0.82 kΩ
45............J50..........................065334J.......1.5 kΩ
50 Skyair...J50..........................065334J.......1.5 kΩ
50............J56..........................064060J.......2.0 kΩ
60 Skyair...J71..........................065336J.......3.9 kΩ
63............J71..........................065336J.......3.9 kΩ
71............J80..........................065341J.......4.7 kΩ
80............J90..........................066965J.......6.2 kΩ
100..........J112.........................065337J.......9.1 kΩ
125..........J140.........................065338J.......13 kΩ
140..........J160.........................065339J.......16 kΩ
200..........J224.........................066966J.......33 kΩ or 27 kΩ
250..........J280.........................067046J.......47 kΩ or 33 kΩ

Resistance values from various sources. I think you should use the 2nd value for the ones with 2 values but may be wrong. Type = Capacity Class. Adaptor model number is cooling capacity in kW multiplied by 10. eg. an 8 kW system would use a J80 adaptor. If 2 evaporators are fitted then each would have a J36/40 adaptor fitted.