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Originally Posted by Monotremata ➡️
Well it was sort of awesome, only took about 30 minutes or so to desolder and replace the 48v resistor, the two caps and the rectifiers. Now Ive got NO 17v at all,
Did you check the unloaded power output with your DVM after modifications?

For the Phantom, you should re-adjust to around 48 (specs are 48 +/- 4V, but try for 48-49).

For the 17V, adjust them as close as you can. The PSU protection circuit kicks in if it detects a small voltage difference between these two rails.

Once you do this, you should be good. It is probable that nothing has been damaged after your mods, it's just the shutdown mechanism.
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