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Thread: xenarc won't power on...help

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    Exclamation xenarc won't power on...help

    i've been told this is a fuse that is on the board...can someone show me where it is???? I'll have pics in a minute...
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    Help!!!!!!

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    It's the yellow axial part on the bottom left of the board marked F1. Look at the body of the part to find the rating (in mA) then go to Radio Shack for replacement.
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    Use a meter to check for continuity of the fuse...if it doesn't beep, it's blown.
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    thanks for your help...I'll check it tonight..

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    checked the fuse and it is bad...I'll get a new one tonight and let you know if it works.

    Thanks for your help!!

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    Radio shack doesn't have the fuse....Where else can i get one???? It is a 3A pico fuse...

    Help!!!!!

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    why did the fuse pop tho?

    Fuses dont normally pop becuase they want, it's because of a fault or short some where.

    Also if you use a fuse different to what they have, you run the chance of damaging the pcb if something goes wrong again maybe beyond repair.

    my 2 cents!

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    Is there a Fry's Electronics store in your area? If so, it has a section with these parts along with soldering iron and such.
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    I don't have a fry's here. I'm in Milwaukee. I was told by xenarc that this was the issue and I checked the fuse and it was bad.

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