Norton Transform on a Wheatstone Bridge

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I have been trying to find the norton equivalent of a wheatstone bridge with the "bridge" resistor as a the load. The Bridge is unbalanced.

How do i find the current through the load when it is shorted to find the norton current?
It seems easy , but i haven't found any ways of doing it.

I don't want to do a thevenin transform and then nortonize it.
I'm interested in knowing how to nortonize it from scratch.

Any help ?
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Drakkith
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You should try the electrical engineering forum if you don't get any hits here.
 

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