Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Your problem dated 31 Jan 2010 was re-posted today. If it has been already resolved, kindly ignore this message.
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Posted on Aug 09, 2010
Hello, Thanks for using FixYa. If you smelled something burnt, there's probably something from the circuit board that got toasted. You need to tear down your CCTV camera and check the circuit board. I'm sure that you will see some busted components like resistors and ICs. Better have those parts replaced, after doing that, your CCTV cam should get revived. I hope this helps. Thanks and good day. - HotRatchet
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
By the part prefix, I'm thinking you got the camera and not the DVR part number. the clicking sounds like a switching power supply. Try this support website and see if you can get a replacement PS http://sentinelcctvstore.lorextechnology.com/product_category.aspx?cat_id=78
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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