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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To answer your question;
If it is not indicated near the fuse holder then look closely at the metal end caps of the fuse.
The value will be written on one of them,
It may look like 2A/250v for 2amps.
Hope this help
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
Most likely induced vibration caused solder pad fracturing at one or both large toroidal inductors perpendicular to and close to the heat sink. You should also carefully insert fish paper insulators between these coils and nearby bare metal parts to prevent arcing when the laquer insulation wears (also due to vibration).
Be careful to discharge the 2 main electrolytic capacitors on the power supply circuit board prior to doing any soldering or instant component destruction may result.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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