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Thread: Arise ACE865V does not work

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    Charles, I feel that I'm very close to resolving this problem.

    I looked at Sproggy's site and saw the schematic for a power supply w/ power good, but I didn't see anything referencing a 555 timer. Can you post yours here or email it to me at dcl0@onebox.com?

    Please keep in mind that I know very little about reading electrical schematics, so the more basic information the better.

    Much thanks for the help.

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    You got mail For anyone that needs it, it is on my ftp site...it is called 555delay.jpg
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    Cool

    Oh, information on reading schematics can be found at http://www.aaroncake.net/electronics/schem.htm.
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    OK. I picked up all the parts for about $12 at my local electronics store (of course they had to substitute an equivalent timer). I figured out what pins on the transistors correspond to the connections on the schematic (thanks Aaron) and I even figured out that the 220k resistor needs to go to +5 by looking at a schematic from the timer manufacturer. I will be putting this all together in the next few days. Wish me luck…, I’ll need it.

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    uh...good luck

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