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Neovo power supply

I got a neovo m-15v screen with a dead power supply. First it made some ticking sound, like transistor was trying to switch. Measured the voltage form the net (230 volts ok) than after the diodebridge (aprox 300volts) And than there are 2 ?transistors? mounted to a pice of aluminum. Behind these the power seemed to switch on and off. After a while there blew a service mounted resitor at the back of the circuitboard. And i couldn't measure anymore. Now i'm looking for a scheme of the powersupply of this screen. Can u help me out? thanks in forward. Kind regards, Biggles

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Disconnect the PSU and get an external 12v 2amp psu try that as Ive the same problem

Posted on May 21, 2007

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