No - I can`t. A circuit cannot be wrong or have "any problems". Perhaps it behaves not as expected by you. But that is another question which can be answered only when we know what you are expecting from the circuit.Hello,
Could anyone please tell me what is the problem in the following circuit? Thank you.
Well, no one here is likely to be able to tell you unless they are psychic. There’s just not enough information. The circuit looks fine so without an explanation of the fault that is being experienced there is nothing to debug.Hey E, I was just solving and debugging some random circuits. I could not figure out what could be the problem with the circuit.
You don't identify the Ohmic values of R1 and R2 on your circuit- you should always do that for all elements that have a value on a schematic.Hello,
Could anyone please tell me what could be the problem in the circuit? Thank you.
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