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@neazol sure@neazoi sure it could be the transformer but I would consider other possibilities first. I wonder why and which IC you’ve changed. If it worked before you changed the IC’s it could be possible that hose are the reasons for that (EEPROM issue etc.). Double check things against the service manual [document|5308]
@neazol sure@neazoi sure it could be the transformer but I would consider other possibilities first. I wonder why and which IC you’ve changed. If it worked before you changed the IC’s it could be possible that hose are the reasons for that (EEPROM issue etc.). Double check things against the service manual [document|5308]

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Editado por: oldturkey03 ,

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@neazol sure it could be the transformer but I would consider other possibilities first. I wonder why and which IC you’ve changed. If those were eeproms etc. then there is a possibilityit worked before you changed the IC’s it could be possible that hose are the reasons for thatthat (EEPROM issue etc.). Double check things against the service manual [document|5308]
@neazol sure it could be the transformer but I would consider other possibilities first. I wonder why and which IC you’ve changed. If those were eeproms etc. then there is a possibilityit worked before you changed the IC’s it could be possible that hose are the reasons for thatthat (EEPROM issue etc.). Double check things against the service manual [document|5308]

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Aporte original por: oldturkey03 ,

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@neazol sure it could be the transformer but I would consider other possibilities first. I wonder why and which IC you’ve changed. If those were eeproms etc. then there is a possibility that hose are the reasons for that. Double check things against the service manual [document|5308]

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