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Blowing fuses My 151Fpp does not power on at all. Keeps on blowing fuses one after another. I'm thinking of buying another faulty one and changing the power module, but maybe there's some other solution.

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Solution #2 posted on Feb 29, 2008 Blowing fuses - 0%20stars_w.png
this was me homerweezy i had not register when i wrote this but i hope i helped you out

if there is no power what you do is re soder the power inlet , if it powers but no light you can bridge the fuse in the inverter its a yellow or orange fuse it should say F1 bridge it and it should work

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If there is no power what you do is re soder the power inlet , if it powers but no light you can bridge the fuse in the inverter its a yellow or orange fuse it should say F1 bridge it and it should work

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Yes, it sounds like there's a problem in the power supply or inverter section. Connections, capacitors, output transistors, capacitors, transformers are the most common failures in these.

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