Help IDing component

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by jptrsn, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. jptrsn

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    Can anyone help me ID a component on a circuit board? It is the main board in an air exchanger, in position F3. The part is labelled F014. I think it is a fuse, because it is right next to where the main power supply is located, and there are two other identical components.

    The unit is non-functional, but I've made sure that the power supply works and the main fuse isn't burnt.

    Once I know what it is, I should be able to test and replace it if it is the actual problem. If it is a fuse, I believe the voltage (referenced to ground) should be the same on either side. I took a couple photos, and the unit is a Profilair VRC200.

    Thanks for any help!
    jptrsn

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  2. tracecom

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  3. thatoneguy

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    I'll go with PTC fuse as well. Maybe 14 or 140mA, or 1 mA (using capacitor designation, but in microamps) unsure.
     
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