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@mauma check the fuse for continuity. Use multimeter and check it the same way as [http://www.learningaboutelectronics.com/Articles/How-to-test-a-fuse|shown here] with a bigger fuse. You can also check it to see if you have power going to the circuitry. For that connect the negative probe of your multimeter to ground and touch the end of the fuse with the positive while your machine is powered up. You should have 12 V on that. When you do that, make sure that you do not touch any other contacts etc. Don't want to shorten out your board.  You should still post a picture with the LVDS cable disconnected and a close up of the connector. It will help to rule it out.

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FYI the fuse is a 3 amp 32 V fuse in a 0603 package.

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@mauma check the fuse for continuity. Use multimeter and check it the same way as [http://www.learningaboutelectronics.com/Articles/How-to-test-a-fuse|shown here] with a bigger fuse. You can also check it to see if you have power going to the circuitry. For that connect the negative probe of your multimeter to ground and touch the end of the fuse with the positive while your machine is powered up. You should have 12 V on that. When you do that, make sure that you do not touch any other contacts etc. Don't want to shorten out your board.  You should still post a picture with the LVDS cable disconnected and a close up of the connector. It will help to rule it out.

[image|993476]

FYI the fuse is a 3 amp 32 V fuse in a 0603 package.

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-@mauma check the fuse for continuity. Use multimeter and check it the same way as [http://www.learningaboutelectronics.com/Articles/How-to-test-a-fuse|shown here] with a bigger fuse. You should still post a picture with the LVDS cable disconnected and a close up of the connector. It will help to rule it out.
+@mauma check the fuse for continuity. Use multimeter and check it the same way as [http://www.learningaboutelectronics.com/Articles/How-to-test-a-fuse|shown here] with a bigger fuse. You can also check it to see if you have power going to the circuitry. For that connect the negative probe of your multimeter to ground and touch the end of the fuse with the positive while your machine is powered up. You should have 12 V on that. When you do that, make sure that you do not touch any other contacts etc. Don't want to shorten out your board. You should still post a picture with the LVDS cable disconnected and a close up of the connector. It will help to rule it out.
[image|993476]
FYI the fuse is a 3 amp 32 V fuse in a 0603 package.

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Post originale di: oldturkey03 ,

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@mauma check the fuse for continuity. Use multimeter and check it the same way as [http://www.learningaboutelectronics.com/Articles/How-to-test-a-fuse|shown here] with a bigger fuse. You should still post a picture with the LVDS cable disconnected and a close up of the connector. It will help to rule it out.

[image|993476]

FYI the fuse is a 3 amp 32 V fuse in a 0603 package.

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