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Offline lpc32

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Hakko FX-888D 120V connected to 230V
« on: July 08, 2015, 04:29:39 am »
In case anyone's ever done what the subject line says, was there anything to replace other than the fuse?
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Re: Hakko FX-888D 120V connected to 230V
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2015, 06:04:10 am »
Well, it looks okay with a new fuse. The temperature may be off somewhat, but it's probably unrelated.

The original fuse was NSF FCT from Nippon Seisen Cable. It appears to be a medium/semi time-lag, but what I replaced it with is defined "fast".

And I don't understand what's so difficult in making a 20x5mm fuse really 20mm...


BTW, Hakko's official replacement is the B3722 fuse board. It's both expensive and more difficult to replace than just the fuse.


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Offline ripplingwater75

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Re: Hakko FX-888D 120V connected to 230V
« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2018, 03:59:12 pm »
hi,

Just curious - did you manage to revive the FX888D? Lol, I did the exact same thing! - plugged in FX888D ( the 120V version ) into a 220V supply accidentally  :palm:. It was unfortunate that the vendor from whom I brought it never highlighted (in bold/red) that it is a 120V version. These days we are so used to 110-230v range that sometimes we totally  miss checking and end up with a fried device :)

In any case just wanted to check if your FX888D is "back to normal"? I am awaiting the fuse board because at the moment the resistance across the live/neutral pins is not showing any value - so I guess ( and hoping ) that it just blew out the fuse. Thanks & Cheers - RW
 

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Re: Hakko FX-888D 120V connected to 230V
« Reply #3 on: July 18, 2018, 05:29:13 am »
Yeah, it works. As said in the message previous to yours. :)

I replaced just the fuse, not the board.

 


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