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NO POWER NEED HELP

WONT POWER ON. ITS STUCK ON THE TIMER BUTTON JUST BLINKING

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  • mhenegar Jan 28, 2009

    No power - timer light blinks

  • gallsy Feb 02, 2009

    i have exactley the same problem please help

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I picked one up from the garbage dump and it had the same problem. When I opened it up I found out that it did not have A/C voltage from the transformers secondary but it had voltage on the primary.
Looking at the primary side of the transformer it has 3 pins, first pin has a white wire, second pin (center) has the transformer windings and the third pin has a orange wire. I may have the colors backwards but it does'nt matter. Between the center pin and the pin on the right there is a 2Amp fuse down inside the plastic part of the transformer.REMEBER TO UNPLUG FROM MAINS FIRST !!! Unplug the transformers primary side connector from the power board and use a meter set to OHM's or diode and check continuity between the center pin and the right pin. If there is no continuity then the fuse is blown. Unsolder the wire on the right pin and solder it to the center pin. You have just bypassed the fuse. It should work now.REMEBER TO UNPLUG FROM MAINS FIRST !!!
Now it would be nice if I had a remote.

Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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