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maybe not, are the fuses ok ? check fuses, make sure they are ok, also some transformers has a thermistor in between the winding of the transformer in series with the primary winding. Phillip do make their transformers with that kind of protection, just in case the transformer over heat it shuts down. examine the transformer look for the thermistor it is open.
Hi there I do not know what SKY is,but if it is a kind of a transformer that is connected to the router. I have that because of the ADSL. I discovered that this transformer has to be "new" in order to plug the HDMI cable in the transformer and the HDMI socket. I hope my English is understandable because this HDMI and scarts are a bitcomplecated to explain but simple inpractice. all the best Kolbrun
Same problem. C901 on the vertically-mounted input board next to the power supply transformer was burned. Replaced with ceramic cap from RS with same specs. Still did not work. Talked to Jeb, great guy at HK tech support. He suggested that R901 would probably be blown and maybe 902 also. These are flame-proof resistors and do not show damage. Tested with multimeter and Jeb was spot on. Replaced 1w resistors with 5w (all RS had) at same resistance. Works great.
If the output pac (PA0016) as well as the transformers need to be replaced, you are going to have a hard time finding them for one and none of them are cheap. What is the problem with the piece that leads you to believe that you need all of these parts?
There is a thermal non resetable fuse built into transformers primary. There are two leads from a connector that go to Primary of transformer they may be yellow and white leads. If there is no continuity between these two wires Transformer is defective. With Power unplugged pull connector and measure with ohmmeter. Fuse is buried pretty deep inside transformer and some technicians can get it out and replace it but it is not easy.