Re: No TX, No RX, no LCD #chat
Please do this next, go to:
Then if that doesn't help, you need to start checking all the voltages
suggested in the manual.
Since you didn't mention any smoke, that is a good thing. I wouldn't turn it on again
without a current limited supply or a fuse, and without a dummy load.
Then it is just a painstaking process, but you will have a lot of information to bring back here.