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Old 06/07/2021, 10:07 AM   #8
rvitko
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The power supply does have an internal soldered in fuse, however, it is not meant to be replaced, the power supply is not serviceable and is simply replaced when it fails. The fuse is soldered in and the board is covered by EMF shielding that cannot be removed without damaging the power supply further. Spare power supplies are available, if the output is zero, I would just replace the power supply, 6101.240 is the current part number and is always 24V, it doesn't use the jumpers for voltage setting.


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