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lli_w
Novice
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Galileo gen1 short circuit

One time,I only connect the RS232 serial and the power.

My Galileo board suddenly out of electricity. And it never wake up.

Is there any way to solve the problem?

Or how to send the board to fix it?

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Diego_V_Intel
Employee
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Hello Bochoo,

Could you measure the voltage output of the power supply unit (PSU)? Make sure the issue is not caused by the PSU. What are the specs (current and voltage) of the PSU?

Regards,

Diego.

lli_w
Novice
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I have another Galileo board and it's working fine.

Then,I use measure the fuse and the Multimeter's Buzzer ring normally.

And I connect the PSU , measure both ends of the fuse Current is 0.(ON led isn't bright)

Is the fuse have problem?

but another board have the current.(ON led is bright one)

Diego_V_Intel
Employee
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Is the other Galileo a Gen1 too? What are the specs of the PSU?

Regards,

Diego.

lli_w
Novice
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yes, the other Galileo gen1 too.

the PSU is buy addition in the Galileo gen1 box.

5V Power<<

Diego_V_Intel
Employee
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Hello Bochoo,

If the PSU is working find I suggest you to submit a warranty ticket using this form: http://www.intel.com/support/mailform/maker/warrantyemail.htm Intel Support. The Warranty Team will contact you within the next 24 hours after they receive the warranty ticket.

Regards,

Diego.