Originally Posted by Mr.Dutch
, do you measure a short on the prongs?
and do the same on F6301 put one probe to ground and the the other one on the fuse, both sides.
set your meter to 200 ohm range
if there's no short you can you measure if you have low resistance from the + prong (12V) to the fuse F6301 and then from the fuse to the fan connector (where the brown wire goes from the fan)
i do believe it's a 12v trace, but i also do think the trace is in a different layer.
, this is how it should look like,it's from a different board.
i think the part near the hole is a 5V regulator, and i am 100% sure the left upper pin is the output
I was thinking that.
the left and right pins must be strait through pins.
it was that his is in such bad shape that it was hard to tell lol
so I wonder if the top gnd or the 12v side is blown this would then prevent the 5v output and I assume that powers secondary components.
I don't have one of these boards to do any tests on though so I can only assume atm.