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1 +24VDC CHECK Measure the voltage at P/J456-1 and FG on the I/O PWB. Is there +24VDC between J456-1 and FG? Yes: Replace the “Fuser Fan” No: Use the Block Diagrams in the printer service manual to troubleshoot a loss of +24VDC
2 The following printer FRUs and areas are associated with this specific problem. One or more of these FRUs or areas may have failed partially or completely. If you cannot isolate this problem using the steps in this Service Check, replace each FRU or troubleshoot each area listed below, one at a time, until you isolate and solve the problem. • Wiring and connectors linking the FRUs • I/O PWB
I had this CD Rom drive in my older PC (200 MHz). I was able to rip audio CD's to MP3 with no problem. I used the program Cool Edit Pro. I would look to see if it's a setting with your sound card. Check to see if there are any settings that select the recording source. There has to be a path set up to record from the CD rom. With cables, you might also try taking the audio out from the sound card and feeding that into the audio in port on the sound card.