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Old Yesterday, 09:26 AM   #21
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I made measurements on hdmi. All values ​​are normal, resistance high.

I took measurements in all possible places. The L408 has a fairly low resistance of 28 Ohms. I don't know if it's supposed to be that low.
L408 reads ~700kOhms to GND on mine with IC401 removed, so it looks like there's still hope...for mine

I made another discovery after I read about it happening to another chap: I never would've even considered checking that area myself, but SMD cap C508 next to the audio jack is dead-short...I'm not sure if it's supposed to be like that, so if someone else can confirm, that would be great Cheers.
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L408 reads ~700kOhms to GND on mine with IC401 removed, so it looks like there's still hope...for mine

I made another discovery after I read about it happening to another chap: I never would've even considered checking that area myself, but SMD cap C508 next to the audio jack is dead-short...I'm not sure if it's supposed to be like that, so if someone else can confirm, that would be great Cheers.

There is a short on my C508 after removing the c508 there is still a short.
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There is a short on my C508 after removing the c508 there is still a short.
Could be the connector itself then - I read some people removed it entirely, though I'm not sure it's related to this particular cap - it could be a switch inside the jack. We should measure with a jack inserted, see if it changes anything. I think it's one of those combined optical/analog jacks, so maybe a DC short there is normal....won't know until someone else can confirm, or I do it myself at some point...

EDIT: just in case it helps anyone, this is the closest service manual that I was able to find. The part numbers don't all match unfortunately, so we have to go by similarities, rather than exact components...
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Could be the connector itself then - I read some people removed it entirely, though I'm not sure it's related to this particular cap - it could be a switch inside the jack. We should measure with a jack inserted, see if it changes anything. I think it's one of those combined optical/analog jacks, so maybe a DC short there is normal....won't know until someone else can confirm, or I do it myself at some point...

EDIT: just in case it helps anyone, this is the closest service manual that I was able to find. The part numbers don't all match unfortunately, so we have to go by similarities, rather than exact components...


I also removed the audio jack. It wouldn't boot without a socket either.
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You also read low ohms on L408, unlike mine, so at this point I'm pretty stuck as to what else you could try...
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You also read low ohms on L408, unlike mine, so at this point I'm pretty stuck as to what else you could try...

Without a schematic or a second working motherboard, I can't check anything else. I did most of the things I could do to get this motherboard to work
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Without a schematic or a second working motherboard, I can't check anything else. I did most of the things I could do to get this motherboard to work
See if the schematic I posted at #17 helps in the slightest.
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