Thread: Very Sick Lenze 534 Controller
Hey Buddy, You do what you think is best, If it saves me replacing the unit im up for it, and even if it turns out to be dead all we can do is try.
RickAlways bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other - Abe Lincoln
Here is the Lenze 534 Controller before repair.
And again after repair.
Looks much better, but not yet tested."If first you don't succeed, redefine success"
i can see whats wrong with it....
damn you've spotted it, ......lol.....
seriously though, behind the middle pot and the add in card there looks like a fuse (small reddish brown cylinder), which has been changed for a capacitor. I may be wrong on the fuse but it looks like one.
Here is the list of parts that I have replaced.
T1 - 2x15VAC 1.8VA Transformer.
C2 - 470uf 35v.
C4 - 470uf 35v.
C5 - 4.7uf 63v.
C6 - 47uf 35v.
C7 - .47uf (470nF) 100v."If first you don't succeed, redefine success"
But does it work??? Have you tried powering it up and seeing if you get reasonable volts in the obvious places?
I have tested it as far as I can without having the DC motor to test it with.
Will know more once Ricardoco gets it back middle of next week, and connects it up."If first you don't succeed, redefine success"
28-09-2012 #29Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other - Abe Lincoln
i just had a mate look at the photo and he says although it looks like a fuse, it also looks like a cap. If it says C? on the board then it will be a capacitor.
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