Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Burned 1 watt rg8g resistor,can i know what is the cause, likewise any other replacement for this part.
Hello my friend, if one of your power supply's part is burned, your power supply won't work else if its work i has a short time to operate and it will be burned the whole board of your supply. Mainly the reason of burning your supply are the following:
1. The Electric supply from the source is to high or above the limitation of your Power supply.
2. Your power supply is over capacity.
3. You're power supply board develop a liquid moisture inside that is why it shorted and eventually the board is burned.
4. The load of your power supply is overload due to some device you attach that is beyond to the limit of your power supply's wattage capacity.
Note: try to see the wattage or voltage or the capacity of your power supply can supply the electricity within your computer system. To ensure that it does not exceed the limit of your power supply's limitation. I therefore reccomend that to avoid burning the entire power supply board from short circuit, it is recommended to replace your power supply to avoid incidents may arise.
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Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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