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Old 12-09-2010, 04:39 PM
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FICM 7 pin

I'm trying to find out if the 7 pin and 4 pin FICM have the same repair procedure. Everything I have found is for the 4 pin. Also I'm a little confused about which screw to check for 48 volts on the seven pin. Thanks Guys
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Re: FICM 7 pin

On the 7 screw it is the top row of 4 screws all the way to the left...
On the 4 screw it is the screw all the way to the right...
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Re: FICM 7 pin

Repairing the circuit board will be the same procedure.
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Re: FICM 7 pin

I believe the resistors on the 7 pin FICM are in a different place on the board vs the 4 pin FICM, everything else should be the same.
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