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Old 11-07-2022, 09:37 AM   #36
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Default Re: Bakon 950D "Extra Crispy" mod (19->24 Volt)

120V and yes, but sadly the PSU is now dead lol.

They miswired the hot and neutral on the plug, so the switch was only cutting off the neutral.. I had it plugged in while working on it (to ground the tip), the controller was powered by another PSU and was planning to try replacing R10 with 100k but then I touched it and it shorted it to ground and it took some traces and D4 with it, I tried to bodge wire the missing tracks but no go, it's blowing the fuse now and there's a short somewhere.

Maybe the rectifier bridge is toasted? I'm now just tempted to use an external PSU and call it a day lol or maybe buy an off the shelf open frame 24V PSU, but it's not economically sound, may as well upgrade to an STM32 OLED T12 station instead hah
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