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  • M2-ATX 160W Intelligent DC-DC PSU

    I believe i blew the 15a resistor on my m2-atx, by connecting the battery to the wrong connection. So i switch it out w/ anothe resistor(spare from car's fuse box). I first hook up the ground, than ignition, and once I try to connect the battery wire, the motherboard light comes out for like half a second and goes off.

    Do i need to replace the power supply??

  • #2
    anyone???

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    • #3
      It's hard to tell. What you should do first is test the motherboard. Disconnect the m2 psu and connect a regular PSU that is used for a home (AC to DC). Make sure that the motherboard is not shot.
      2006 Subaru Sti
      Lilliput 7", M10000, M2 PSU, 80GB, DVD ROM/CDRW, Audigy 2 NX

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      • #4
        If you blew the fuse something is likely shorted. Tear everything apart, make sure nothing metal is touching the underside of the M2 or the mobo. Then test with a desktop ATX supply.
        MII-12000 / Ampie / Lilliput 7" / BU-355 / PicoPSU / uSDC
        Currently: Enjoying the setup, but always contemplating my next move...

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        • #5
          theres nothing wrong w/ motherboard. I use my other power supply on it on the regular. I know it has something to do w/ the m2 power........

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