Question about Kenwood EW7507EK Oil Radiator
Make slight buzzing noise, nothing shows on display when plugged in
I have a deal with this kind corporates sabotaging for 2-3 times a month fixing computers and monitors.
The circuit boards for many BRAND NEW household devices, PCs, Computer monitors, dehumidifiers etc. purposely designed to work a little bit after warranty period and die quietly
Heater EW7507EK fixing. (soldering required)
Step 1. Unscrew 2 screws on the bottom of the face side.
Step 2. Mark and Unplug 3 wires from heating element. Unscrew the metal cover from circuit board. Immediately you'll see small black cylinder (CAPACITOR 470mF x 35V). Retail cost about $1- $3
Check this - the top of this capacitor rounded, not flat. That is mean it was "quietly blowup" and electrolyte evaporate.
Step 3. solder new capacitor.
Posted on Dec 27, 2013
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