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Black and decker air station not turning on

I have a Black and Decker Air Station, and it had been working fine for about a week and then today, i turned it on and it turned on for about a half second and i heard something pop. i wont work at all now

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There's a small PCboard fuse (F1) inside. Remove the six phillps head screws from the bottom plate to expose the PC board. I'm not sure of the fuse size but I'd buy more than one. This seems to happen frequently with these units.
Hope this helps.
MM

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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  • lincarjul Jan 10, 2011

    How do you replace a fuse in a circuit board? And where do you find ceramic fuses?

  • Jerry LeFevre Nov 20, 2012

    There is no replaceable fuse.

  • Jerry LeFevre Nov 20, 2012

    I should add that I contacted Black and Decker and one of their authorized work centers a

  • Jerry LeFevre Jan 12, 2013

    Just as a follow-up. I searched high and low for a replacement for this unit and finally have found what I think is a great and inexpensive solution. Lowe's has a unit for about 40 bucks which is so much better, digital readout, auto shutoff, etc. I would recommend scrapping the B

  • Thad Beier Jun 16, 2013

    I went to radio shack and got five 250 V 1.5 amp (previous one was 1.25 amp) fuses and a fuse holder for 6 bucks. Soldered it in place of the existing fuse, and it works perfectly. When that fuse blows, I have four more I can just pop into the fuse holder.

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It is really ill advise to solder a wire in the place of a fuse. You are just asking for it.

The way I did it is I went to my local Radio Shack and got a small fuse holder with red leads and 1.5 Amp fuses. I soldered the fuse holder in place with the new fuse. And now I don't have to deal with any more solder. Just twist the fuse holder, take out the burnt out fuse and replace it with a new one. And wahlah. I'm back in business again.

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