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Not work correctly .

My hub leds blinking and not work correctly .

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Capacitor C2 on power suplly board will probably have dried out. Should be 47uf 25Volt electrolytic, mine measured I have replaced this capacitor on 3 of these units and all have come back to life.
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Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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