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Blown Capacitor on Control Board v2

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Has anyone had blown cap on the control board and know what would be the root cause? I recently moved into a new office and was running a print, I saw a flash and the machine went down, no response, lights or sounds. I opened it up and it looks like a small capacitor was blown right where the power comes in. IMG_4482.thumb.JPG.6d601373b153fb81e0162051632cda13.JPG

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