Question about Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop
Most of the simple machines don't have a fuse. If it has gone completely dead, then the thermal protector inside the transformer is the likely cause. You could open it and check for a fuse. If it doesn't have one, or it is not blown, then you will probably need a new transformer, or the thermal link needs replacing.
Sorry I can't be of more help. If you have an appliance repair shop near you, then they may be able to do this sort of work on the power supply.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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