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Red light blink

Lcd no power only u can see is the blinking red light.what wrong with this,

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  • lisud Sep 21, 2008

    i think the problem is in the voltage regulator, kbp206 transistor regulator

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the power supply secondary voltages or shortcircuit in the inverter

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