Date: 2005-12-07 21:50:52
Hi!, The fuse would blow if there was a short in the board or if there were a blown chip that sucked such amount of current. Even if there were no fuses, something drawing high current would get very hot, if not blown -- so you could find it very easily. Are you sure that you measured AC voltages in the AC setting, and DCs in the DC setting of the voltmeter? Levente 2005.12.06. 23:26-kor MagerValp <MagerValp@cling.gu.se> írta: > * With the fuse removed, I measure 9.4 VAC across C21. > * With the fuse in place, I measure 2.0 VAC across C21, but this > fluctuates a bit (0.6 - 2.1 VAC). > * With the fuse in place, I measure 0.15 V across pins 2 and 3 on VR1, > the 7812, and this also fluctuates a little. > * I tried removing the VIC and the SID, which I believe are the only > 9/12V ICs, and it didn't have any effect. ____________________________________________________________________ 4000 Ft+Afa uti a markodat! Minden uj, altalad beszervezett elofizetoert ennyit irunk jova ADSL elofizetesed dijabol. Regisztralj! Reszletek: www.freestart.hu Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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