Question about Samsung CLP-500 Laser Printer
I have same problem.
I found part of my problem.
Fuse 2 (5amp slo-blo) in the low voltage power supply was blown.
Turn power back on and the component R3 (which is an inrush current limiting thermistor # 10D-13) in the same power supply, blew apart and blew the same fuse.
I don't know if something down stream is causing R3 to blow up or if something is bad in that power supply or I just have a bad R3.
I'm gonna try to get some of the R3's before I do any more testing.
Mjoyce at mindspring.com
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
There are internal fuses - or it could be a failed PSU
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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