Hi Swagatam, I did what you said and it looks like IC2 is firing
first, it blinks four times, then IC1 blinks four times. AH HA !
So now it becomes more baffling, it simply means that my circuit is intact...........what do we do now?
Well, now I feel that the only thing that may be damaging the mosfets is its inadequate heatsinking.
them to LARGE finned type heatsinks, and see what happens......... that
hopefully should fix it...otherwise, now I have totally run out of
Good Luck to you Buddy,
the PCB. Which area of the circuit is responsible for the IC1 & IC2
Firing Order. May be I have screwed up that part of the Circuit. The
Heat Sink that I am using is a Massive heat sink from an old amplifier I
scraped for parts.
That's right. The ICs should alternately produce the
pulses at their respective diode junctions and the cycle should keep
repeating. Also, each diode junction should produce four discrete
"blinks" or pulse at its outputs, each pulse is responsible of
generating the individual pillar of our waveform.
I'm assuming that this problem would be the same for the
Transistors.Blowing them up too.