If the display lights up, doesn't that
mean the fuse is OK and voltage is getting to the head?
On 2/13/2014 11:48 AM, K8DNE wrote:
You do not have to send it back for factory repair, if you wish
to do it
yourself. True, it is surface mount technology (SMT), but you
make the repair with normal small tools.
Check across F902 to be sure that it is open.
You can form and lay a Littlefuse,inc (®) pico II fa 125v 2A
on the circuit board and solder the formed, cut ends to the
tabs of the original fuse. Actually it takes more time to open
than the actual repair.
Somewhere in the archives, years ago, I uploaded pictures and
Go 'fer it!!!
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