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Old 02-27-2020, 08:37 AM   #1
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Default Power Inverter Replacement Circuit Board Question?

So my Ampeak 2000 watt power inverter will receive power from a 12 volt source, and also has a display screen that displays how many volts the inverter is currently using...However, the plug outputs are not producing any power outward...The display screen on the inverter also shows how many volts an item that is plugged in is currently using...Which stays at 0 and no items will power on...I opened the inverter casing and discovered there is some charring and burned areas on one end of the circuit board...What I am trying to figure out is if I can purchase/obtain a new board exactly like the board that is in the inverter...I understand I will have to complete several connections on the board for the power switches and several other components, that'll be fine, I just need to know where i can find an identical board. Any help will be greatly appreciated...See attached pic for circuit board numbers.
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