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Switching power supply still don't workafter changing the MOSFET

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Switchers can be funky to troubleshoot. can you hear or detect if it is oscillatiing? Check primary w/ a dvm set on ac The primary side of the circuit (oscillator) is probably shot if you don't get any readings If you are check the 2ndary side. Could be anything. These types of power supplies are very efficient, very stable but a pain to trouble shoot. Atny component in the oscillator circuit can shut it down cold. Good luck. Gary

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