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PSP E1000 LED reemplazo del componente del circuito del conductor

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  1. PSP E1000 LED reemplazo del componente del circuito del conductor, Retroiluminación electrónica tras daños por agua: paso 1, imagen 1 de 1
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    • Me tomó un tiempo encontrar el chip correcto:

    • 1 - TB62752AFUG

    • 2 - Inductor 22µH/0.66A

    • 3 - MSS1P4-M3/89A

    • 4 - 2.2µF / 6,3V

    • 5 - Fuse 0.5A 0603

    • 6 - 1.0µF / 50V

    • 7 - Ferrite bead 30Ohm/3A

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Steven

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Hi Steven,

Thank for your guide. It helped me restore my PSP street (in my case, the fuse was broken). But one more problem is my PSP street has no sound on speaker, but has sound on headphone. Can you give me a glue to fix?

Thank you.

Hoang Binh - Contestar

I fixed it! There a broken fuse near the audio ic. Hooray!!!

Hoang Binh -

Hello Hoang Binh, I have the same problem as you, after changing the fuse to illuminate the display, no sound is heard through the speaker (only when connecting headphones, through them). Can you tell me, please, which is the fuse has been changed to solve the sound problem? An image whit the fuse be very helpful.

Olivian -

Hi @olivian. Sorry for late reply. I didn’t take any picture so I cannot point it out exactly. But you can find it yourself. Fuses often have a letter F or FB on it or its color is blue.

Hoang Binh - Contestar

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