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Vs232 has power and makes noise when you plug in to input but no output

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Check that you have 15 volts across C19 and C20.

If either are bad, suspect ZD1 and ZD2 regulating Zener diodes.

Check the soldering and condition of the input jack as these are chronically bad due to damage of yanked cords.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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