Re: DC503 Not Working
It tells me that something is drawing too much current.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Generally, it's a tantalum capacitor. The tantalum may NOT read a dead short, only some do. It could read low, draw an amp on a circuit where the circuit was supposed to draw 100 ma. I'd want to remove the fuse, check the power current vs. the fuse rating. Use the 20 amp range on a meter.
If it's not a tantalum, then something ought to be getting rather hot in operation.
The previous owner "fixed" the problem the same way that an "expert" electrician fixes a power problem by putting a penny behind the fuse.
On 7/31/2020 6:22 PM, Stephen wrote:
I changed the 2 caps, as someone suggested. I’ve rechecked the voltages, and they are all good.