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My compaq 610c EVO will not power up. I applied reverse voltage of 12 volts to it by mistake (wrong power supply) now it will not start up on a good supply. Battery system appears to not work. I have no schematics, willing to shotgun. Can you provide location of failure points ( ie fuse, regulators, rectifiers. I can read 18v on the bottom desktop expansion connector. Any help woud be apprciated.

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  • hydroquest Dec 31, 2007

    I have the correct power supply connected now, it will not start up. I would like to fix the motherboard instead of replacing it. I am looking for the location and id number for the primary componets likely to fail with reverse polarity applied. I don't have schematics, have checked the fuses I could find. Battery charge light does not come on. No smoke, wrong power supply rated at 12V 1/2 amp. Suspect dammage is minor, just need to check related components. Most of the motherboard has no voltage on it but did find a connector on the bottom of the board that has the full 18V on it. Battery charger has about 4.4V on each pin without the battery. Looking for PS and Battery charger Schematics or probable failure component numbers and locations.

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You shouldn't have damaged it, because it was fewer volts than what it needed, correct?

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The ac adapter is not 12 v that is 18 volts so you can try to start geting the right ac adapter an that does not have fuse what it has is diodes and resistors and transistors looks like you know a lot of electronics components so you have to get the adapter and conect it if does not work check the first module that has the conection for the ac adapter good lock

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

  • Jose Ramirez Jan 01, 2008

    ok if you wants to fix that start for checking all the diodes from the power conection because when you apply the invert polarity the firsr part to be checked is diodes

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You may have damage the main mother board. replacing the fuse,or regulators will not help.better to replaced the main mother board.and stay use the same hd and cd.but you may have to reload if you are not replacing with the same exact board. good lock

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