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Circuit diagram of power supply of scxi 1001

Cn i get the circuit diagram of power supply of scxi 1001 from anywhere. i have 2 check the scxi kit that i have. something is wrong with the power supply

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I dont know how much it is of help, but I am giving you the link for scxi 1001 manual. The link is as follows :
http://rapidshare.com/files/93463249/scxi_1001.pdf

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Contact your respective MFGR for info. Some of it is proprietary, and therefore you must be an authorized servicer to acquire this info. However, you should be able to troubleshoot this box if you have any experience at all. Usually, the problem is in the regulation feedback loop...accordianman

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