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POWER UNIT SECTION

WHEN ITS ON THE POWER SECTION FUSE DAMAGED

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  • ravi chandran Apr 25, 2007

    I CHECKED THE TRANSFORMER ,DIODE AND CAPACITOR

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It has a short ckt.please replace the STR and the H-out transistor for sure!

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