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Re: No Power to 1210s
Problem is not the fuses, but the power supply / power transformer has
blown. This is why you should always wrap exposed wiring with
electrical tape or heatshrink tubing.
The power supply can be purchased HERE,
but this is not an easy replacement. And if you blew it by not properly
replacing the Pop-up light, than I DON'T suggest you try to replace the
power supply on your own either. You could really cause even more
damage, and possible harm to yourself and your property.
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Make sure the deck turns freely and there is no large build up of rubbish under the deck to create a drag, if all is ok, it could well be a fuel starvation issue, if it has an in line fuel filter chage it, if it has a fuel pump check its function by removing the hose from the carb and cranking the engine ( there should be a good flow of fuel from the hose )
Before you actually replace the power supply, check some other things first:
1. Wall socket
2. Power strip/surge protector
3. Power cable
4. On the back of the computer, where the power cable plugs into, is the red switch set to 115? It should be 115.
5. Make sure that the power cable is not connected to a regular
extension cord. Power cable must plug directly into a surge protector
that is not daisy-chained to another power strip, surge protector, or
normal (household) extension cord. Surge protector must be directly
plugged into wall socket.
If none of the above solve the problem, open up the case and ensure
that all power connections are secure. Also check ALL other components'
connections. Any loose connections can cause problems for you.
If everything is secure and the problem persists, replace the power supply.
This could be a few things. The most common problem I have seen after a unit has been dropped is the spindle that moves the laser back and forth comes out of the socket. Disassemble the unit and reinstall the spindle in the socket. Sometimes the laser goes out. New lasers can be purchased on ebay for less than $10.00. It could also be one of the two switches that lets the system know when the lid is closed. One of the switches is located on top of the power switch board and the other is located on the motherboard near the back left corner of the laser deck.
Are you sure the monitor is plugged into the correct port? Also, check the monitor cable for bent pins. A small move shouldn't make this kind of difference. Eliminate that power strip and just plug the computer and monitor into an outlet.
Your power transformer blew. The fuses in these models don't offer much protection, when it comes to more serious power surges. And the only other thing that would be blown is the transformer - a common issue. You can purchase parts for this model HERE, however, I do not suggest replacing this part yourself, as it is a little tricky, and you may damage your unit ever more, if not done properly.