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12v CB plugged into a 24v power supply

As in the subject heading, can you tell me what parts i need to replace where they are on the circiut board and how to identify the part so that i can buy a new one

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Hiii....

You should make a converter from 24V to 12V....I dont know for a kits..you can try to search by your location....


Hope can Help

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[Vrya]

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Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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1) disconnect and remove your CB from your vehicle and put it on a workbench
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4) power up the CB and determine where the smoke is coming from then turn off the power supply to the CB
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