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v12 press power, light goes green 4 1 sec then back to red??
v12 press power, light goes green 4 1 sec then back to red?? –
it looks like it wants to boot then goes straight back to stby??
anyone have any ideas??
sounds like a short somewhere..
when i was fitting the s point on the pal v12 diagram i soldered it on then ran the wires through two sides of the big sony chip next to it to keep things tidy.
when i did this though it tired to gently pull on the wire to get it snug and it popped off the small beige fuse/resistor (don't know please forgive my ignorance) i then couldn't get it to stick again so i used an alt point on the large chip.
when i lookj at the small biege thing now though the side i soldered to doesn't appear to have any silver surface left, whereas the rest on them do??
could this give me the symptom? is there any way i can test it?? or replace it if it gone? or bypass it??
i can try and get some pics up if it helps
this is on a mi clone (modbo 1.2)
i initially used the one the arrow is pointing at, after it popped off i used the alt point on the chip leg (pic attached)
help pls, don't tell me i've wrecked my first slimline mod ever, nooooooooooo
you blew the ps14 fuse, just bridge it with a thin piece of wire.
can i bridge from the via to the left of the fuse (shown as an alt point in the diagram)to the other side of the fuse??
thanks for helping me out m8
that orange capacitor which you broke off is not the fuse.
solder the sx wire to the via on the left of it, leave it broken....
NOW FOR THE FUSE:
the component with the +3.3V arrow - connect both ends of it with a short thin stripped wire (the red end with the end below "PS14")
right the fuse has come off, and left me with two tiny points which i've attempted to solder a wire to, it looks ok but the fault is still there=/ is there a max length for the wire as i've had to keep it a few cm's long to keep control of it.
getting annoyed now so am goin to leave it till tomorrow and have a go at just bridging between the two with solder maybe??
is there any other 2 points i can bridge?
is there anything else that could also give this fault??
ah right!! sorry must of posted that last one straight after u posted, will 30 awg be thick enough m8 or should i use 22??