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    Jtag on a Nfusion Nova

    i just don't understand how to use a Jtag on a completely dead nfusion box with no power, no signs of life, no nada...
    i took the top cover off and i noticed brown hard goo... looks like it came out of a transistor actually about 3 transistors but i am not sure... is that normal? and also one transistor is a bit bulged from the top...are this signs of a busted unit?
    tech support needed...
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    sounds

    Sounds like it blew some capacitors... You could try removing the "goo" and then locating a schematic for the nFusion board, and replacing the capacitors.

    But at this point is it worth the effort? I might wait and see what shakes out with the current support situation before going to all the trouble for a unit that is essentially at this moment "dead in the water"...
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