Originally Posted by Mr.Dutch
, what i the board number, it looks alot like the JSD-001 board but it's not 100% matching.
a good picture from the same board, would probably do miracles.
EDIT: it's a DYN-001
he must have short the 12V to ground on the fan connector, and there's no fuse in between on the board, so there can go alot of current through those traces.
Yip when i opened it up the Brown wire was cut from the fan and then taped to another wire.
Will get my Multimeter and run some tests
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Originally Posted by baileyscream
oh dear god!
what did you do?
that first pic.
that component needs a good clean to start with. try alcohol and a tooth brush to carefully clean it then we might see if the trace is shot.
but I suspect that's just the impact zone.
the component (and i'm not 100% sure what it is atm) may be blown or another one further along the tracks may be blown.
this is the problem with doing your own mods. you need to be so carefull where you route wires.
if your in the uk then I would love to get my hands on it as having it in hand is going to be so much easer to fault find and repair rather than doing it via images and daily messages
Thanks for the reply, its not my PS3, its a friends who gave it to me to check. The guy looks like he did a cheap fan mod and now it has blown the 5V regulator. i cleaned it up and there is one big fat hole
I stay in South Africa though, their is literally one big fat hole in the board now, any idea where i can get a 5V regulator