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E116921 power not work

Elkot+q7+zd4 changed> +5v ok, +12v and +24v no!

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hi remove the supply to the main board & inverter, now power your psu if give you this same above voltages , go for new power supply unit. change your power

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SOURCE: FSP194-3F01 NOPOWER 5V OK NO 16V OR 24V

The 5 volts is the standby voltage that should always be present, the other voltages should be there when you try to turn the LCD ON.
If the 5 volts standby are not steady when connected to the main board, Q7 might be defective.
Check all the capacitors in the secondary circuitry for bulging or leaking conditions.

Posted on Aug 28, 2010

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It means the feedback circuits for regulating the 12/24vdc is not working, use 12v car bulb (1157) to load down the 12vdc supply and two 1157 is series to load down the 24vdc power supply and see it if still rises up, the stange thing is that you said it rises to 36vdc (12 + 24 = 36), is it being measure correctly?

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SOURCE: de antemano un saludo, espero

Aqui te esta la informacion que necesitas:
Q7= 2N2222, o 2N4401 es un NPN transistor
ZD4= 15V 1/2W ZENER

Posted on Dec 04, 2010

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