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AOpen F90 JS needs a new power/inverter board.

The board has gone out and I cannot find a replacement board anywhere. I've searched and searched and have attempted to contact AOpen multiple times with no luck and cant seem to find this board anywhere.
I was hoping maybe someone here knows where to find one. The model on the board itself is JT198AP 2202126501. 

Thanks!

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  • kloops Nov 13, 2008

    I've checked them all out and they all seem fine (non are bulging, nothing looks burnt). Anything I should look for or should i get a multimeter and start testing them that way?


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Hi...there,
Sorry...you're out of lucks! It's only available from the manufacturer. But you can repaired it yourself by replaced a few busted capacitors. Good lucks!

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    Cj T Nov 13, 2008

    Hey...

    You can't tell by just looking at it... you need a meter that read ESR / Low Ohms to test for leaked. Don't have one, then just replaced all the caps...

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