im at fault because i always state ba not ba5815fm :/ i presume people know and i shouldnt.
Originally posted by Emanuel
It is perfectly normal for the pin 8 of the BA6664 chip to be linked to ground. So your BA6664 chip is most probably not dead. I have seen over this forums some members that don't understand yet that this is normal for the BA6664 chip.
If the resistance between pin 8 of the BA5815 and ground is small or zero, then the BA5815 is burned and has to be replaced. You have to replace the fuse near the BA chip too if it doesn't show continuity. Also you have to check the resistance of the LASER coils. They should be each 5 ohms.
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