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Fluke 705 loop calibrator fuse blown

Hello. I have a blown fuse and relay on my fluke 705. Does someone can tell me the reference of this fuse and relay? F1 and U11 on the pcb. Thank you. http://img687.imageshack.us/img687/6969/26102012893.jpg http://img59.imageshack.us/img59/7417/26102012894.jpg

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    brunopere526 May 12, 2013

    Thank you Vuk B. My 705 is "alive" again with an NEC EA2-5T relay, it was hard to find, and for now, an 200mA fuse!! This is a rev. C MARTEL ELECTRONICS board, and now i found that i also need to replace D11, D10 and D1. I think that these are 2.2v zeners, i will give it a try.

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Hello Bruno:

F1 (Fluke PN:800901 Ver. A,B and C) (PN: 1778294 Ver. D & E) is 350mA 600V fuse.

U11 (Fluke PN:687555) is DPDT Latching 5 Volt Coil

I would also check D12 if your revision has one (PN:1617521) which is sidactor and it's other side of the board (DO-214 58V).

Good luck.

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