Ana içeriğe geç
Yardım

Güncel sürümün sahibi: Dark Sakul ,

Metin:

Adding to BWest response, their one area on the SNES that is not mentioned.
-On the SNES board for US, Japanese and European models. There is a small fuse solder directly to the mother board. This type of fuse is called a pico fuse, and the ones used in the SNES is rated at 1.5 amps.
+On the SNES board for US, Japanese and European models. There is a small fuse solder directly to the mother board. This type of fuse is called a pico fuse, and the ones used in the SNES is rated at 1.5 amps. The fuse is located near the connector that the power switch connects too
Test for continuity on the fuse with a multi-meter or other such tool.
If the fuse is bad you can
1. look for a replacement Pico fuse, or
2. use a more conventional glass fuse ether rated at 1.5 amps.
Pico fuses are hard to find and can be expensive.
If you are using a conventional glass fuse make sure to solder a fuse holder in place instead of the actual fuse to avoid damage to the fuse and to add to ease of repair if the fuse blows out again.

Durum:

open

Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Dark Sakul ,

Metin:

Adding to BWest response, their one area on the SNES that is not mentioned.

On the SNES board for US, Japanese and European models. There is a small fuse solder directly to the mother board. This type of fuse is called a pico fuse, and the ones used in the SNES is rated at 1.5 amps.

Test for continuity on the fuse with a multi-meter or other such tool.

If the fuse is bad you can

1. look for a replacement Pico fuse, or

2. use a more conventional glass fuse ether rated at 1.5 amps.

Pico fuses are hard to find and can be expensive.

If you are using a conventional glass fuse make sure to solder a fuse holder in place instead of the actual fuse to avoid damage to the fuse and to add to ease of repair if the fuse blows out again.

Durum:

open