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  1. Hi all, Thanks for taking a look at the picture for me. Are we now saying it’s probably the main board that’s the problem but I still have the very hot processor on the lamp driver board. I suppose I will have to try to find replacements for both but still no telling if replacing both will work. Just have to find working replacements now. If you have any other thoughts please please let me know. Thanks
  2. Hi all, Thanks for taking a look at the picture for me. Are we now saying it’s probably the main board that’s the problem but I still have the very hot processor on the lamp driver board. I suppose I will have to try to find replacements for both but still no telling if replacing both will work. Just have to find working replacements now. Thanks Hi all, Thanks for taking a look at the picture for me. Are we now saying it’s probably the main board that’s the problem but I still have the very hot processor on the lamp driver board. I suppose I will have to try to find replacements for both but still no telling if replacing both will work. Just have to find working replacements now. If you have any other thoughts please please let me know. Thanks
  3. Hi Mavroz. Picture attached. All lights that should be lit on the board are on when powered up. All lights on the psu are also lit. Thanks for your time.
  4. Thanks to all for your advice. Working away from home so will try and post a picture up as soon as I can. Thanks
  5. What? You doubt you could fry a very small egg on it or you doubt this is normal for it to be so hot.
  6. Hi Mavroz. I changed the battery as it was starting to fit up and checked the board for damage and it’s been working fine for 12 months after I replaced the battery and the board still looks fine. Just wondering now if it’s the light driver board that’s causing all the problems with it’s very hot chip and this is the first board in the link and if this is faulty nothing is getting to the the boards following it in the chain. Do you know anyone who has any supply of the light driver boards. Cheers
  7. Thank for your advice. I have already actually changed the battery as it had just started to fur up but no board damage. I have also had all of the boards out and checked for dry joints and faulty connectors and all looks good. The only thing I have noticed is all other chips on most of the boards are quite cold when the power is on but the chip on the lights driver board is red hot, even with latex gloves on, and I mean very hot. You could fry a very small egg on it. Don’t know if this is normal or not. Thanks
  8. Hi all, Can anyone help. I have a Global / Maygay Tuppenny Nudger that was working fine until 2 weeks ago. Now, when I turn it on nothing happens. All lights are lit on the psu but the board lights all light or don’t light intermittently but all lights on the main board are as normal. No machine or display lights either. I have tested the voltages from the psu and they all seem good apart from the 36 volt is reading 40 volts. Does anyone know if this could be a psu problem or a problem with one of the boards. Any help would be appreciated. I know there are a lot of potential problems with the Ephoc boards this machine has.
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