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Gleesonjf, Jan 4, 2020
    • dogmeat
      the hole in the yellow wire? looks like a burn mark. and the resistor looks like the culprit. also note that the PC board is scorched. so.... resistor over heated.... why? need a diagram to get an educated guess, but I would go with the transistor chip. can't read a number... sometimes they do that on purpose
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    • jrblue
      I didn't spot the heat marks til dogmeat pointed this out. I'd start with that resistor and look at the transistor. I'm no pro but working carefully can usually do these kids of repairs, so I think most patient people can. If you look carefully, starting with the resistor and transistor, you may well find the fault. I've done so on several occasions. Good luck.
    • hopdybob
      i don't know if it is needed but i would put some isolation between the housing and the transistor.
      don"t know it that plate will move when hitting that button an shorts something
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