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Thread: PW70A (Blown) Some help please

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    PW70A (Blown) Some help please

    Hey

    I was messing around on the weekend and ended up touching my 12V line to ground and blew the power supply. Does anyone know the schmatics on this thing. So i can replace componets instead of buying a new one.

    If not I am just going to buy and Opus.

    Thanks
    Gord

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    you may be better off replacing it ...

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    There also may be a surface mount fuse. The PW-60 units have a fuse that blows if you do just that sort of thing. It is close to the power connector on the PSU; and this is just an assumption, but the PW-70A may also have one.

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    Yes I know about the fuse but that is on the input
    I touched the +12V on the output.

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    I solved the problem

    On the PW70A there are 3 fuses
    1 on the incoming 12 V line

    The one I blew was F3 I guess it is hooked up to the output line

    Im guessing the 3rd on is on the 5V line

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