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    Lexmark T654dn Power outage

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    Lexmark T654dn Power outage

    My customer had a power outage, then the Lexmark T654 wont come on. a fan inside comes on, but no heat, no panel, no motors.
    I'm assuming Low voltage power supply.
    Any disputes before I buy one and maybe waste money?
    thanks


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    Cool Re: Lexmark T654dn Power outage

    Fan comes on, therefore 120v ok and 24v ok. check for 5 volts output from power suppy or wherever it is generated. The system card could be at fault instead of the power supply. The service manual will show you how to check for the necessary voltages. don't have the time now to look at the manual, must work, work and not let the boss catch me replying to threads.

    You can also try removing connectors that are not necessary one by one to power up the machine and see if the screen powers on. Leave the machine unplugged for about 30 min and then try again also.

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    Lexmark T654dn Power outage

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    Re: Lexmark T654dn Power outage

    The low voltage power board was the problem. My customer is an electronics company and one of their employees was walking by and looked at the bad board and noticed 2 capacitors blown on it and I told him that I'm throwing the board away anyway and to go ahead and replace the capacitors to see if that's all it takes to fix the board. He replaced them and it worked. It saved them $150 and it saved me another trip back to there office. It did however take a little more of my time, which translated to the same profit I would have made on the new board. I used to repair some power boards on the old Mita 313z copiers by replacing capacitors a long time ago. This brought back some fond old memories. mmmmm


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