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Old 30th March 2011, 10:12 PM   #1
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Default Rockford Fosgate T8002

Hello I have a Rockford Fosgate T8002 that powers up but has no audio. I found some components fried on the board and am not able to identify them. The board is PC-4698-A. The component locations are R2056, R2057, R1056, R1057.
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Old 30th March 2011, 10:25 PM   #2
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Thanks Perry if I am reading right they are 5.1 ohm 1 watt part # RM1-5R1F should be easy to find. I will check mouser first.
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I find nothing that must not be the part # ???? RM1-5R1F ????
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Old 30th March 2011, 11:36 PM   #5
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I am unsure of the package size either.
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That's Rockford's number. You'll have to find the generic equivalent.
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It's a 2512. THIS one should be right.
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Got it thanks Perry they have been ordered.
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Also what do you recommend cleaning boards with? This one has had a pop or something sticky spilled on it need to clean it off with cleaner and a brush and blow it off with compressed air. Any suggestions??
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For sugary drinks, you'll need to use a household cleaner like 409 or Fantastik. If it's a small area, brush with a toothbrush and clean up with a paper towel or cotton swab. If the whole board needs to be cleaned, soak with the cleaner, wash with a pressure washer (car wash on low pressure) and dry thoroughly.

You can use air from a compressor but it needs to be free of oil and water (condensation). The canned air is good but not as forceful as an air compressor. Be sure to force all water from under the ICs, capacitors and connectors.
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