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Offline SMdude

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@SMdude it's the one WITHOUT the markings. Labeled on the board as D1. The one that's closest to the thermistor connection on the board. :)e I get it now. I think. ...

@SMdude I got the relay correct thiugh right?
Yes, that is my guess going by how the board is laid out.
But you must confirm this by looking to see where the trace that connects the red wire to the relay goes, it should go to that relay.
 

Offline Airwalk1616

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Well, the solder joint connects it directly from the red spade connection to the NO terminal of that relay. Are there smaller printed traces you’re referring to that I need to check?
 

Offline SMdude

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Nope, that is it. That is the relay you need to change.
 

Offline Airwalk1616

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Nope, that is it. That is the relay you need to change.
so I’m a actually right??
 

Offline Airwalk1616

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Shown pretty well here.
 

Offline Airwalk1616

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Officially fixed guys!  Working like it's supposed to! Thanks for all the help!!!!
 

Offline Airwalk1616

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@SMdude especially you my friend. You help3d me outnimmensly. It’s so rewarding to diagnose the issue and have fixed it myself. Feels great..
 
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Offline SMdude

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Awesome, I'm glad you got it working again!
It is really empowering to be able to fix stuff yourself, but I would reccomend learning more on low voltage stuff until you really start to know what you are doing. High voltage isn't really forgiving!  :-BROKE

Cheers!
 


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