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Binary_Kramer

 
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Originally Posted by pigoo3 View Post
You don't. Modern computer logic boards are wayyy too complex...and the individual circuitry is wayyy too small for this sort of troubleshooting. And even if it could be done...there is absolutely no way you could replace whatever transistor, capacitor, or resister was bad.

- Nick
Nick, thanks for the reply. One more question. I see pictures from the research I have done. Like the one I attached below, it refers to a G3Hot location? Could you at least tell what this does and how to test it?

If there is no way to test and find a fault location is there at least a way to test the entire board or see if one main item is or is not receiving power?

G3Hot_location.jpg
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