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Old 26th October 2006, 08:20 PM   #1
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Default LCAudio Sidewinder 2 on fire

Well, very nearly. My Sidewinder gave up the ghost the other day. On the front panel circuit board, resistors 257 and 258 have gone up in smoke, and taken a bit of the circuit board with them. It also would seem that the LM317T voltage regulator (IC 306) has been running hot (discolouring of the circuit board). Has anyone experienced this? Any hope in just replacing the visibly damaged parts, or are there any usual suspects in cases like this.

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