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Why HOT Always Burnt?

By on May 6, 2008

Hi Jestine,

Thanks one more….
I have a question, why HOT are always burn (or what is the cause for
burning hot)? what component is causing the hot to burn? Henjo

Hi Henjo,
Please check out my blog post here


One Comment

  1. Baskaran

    February 6, 2012 at 11:27 pm

    Thanks for the great post! The case came apart bluetifualy using a putty knife without a single broken tab. After $5.56 and about 1 hour of work the monitor works perfectly! My local Fry’s did not have the right values. Radio Shack stocks a 35V 1000uF (instead of 820) and 35V 470 uF that work fine. I like the idea of using a higher voltage capacitor considering the old ones failed. Since the caps are slightly wider, I also laid one of the capacitors on its side and secured it with a little shoe goo.


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