It is 230VAC, also I wanted to see whether we are getting the voltages intended to isolation transformer.It would help if you identified the inductor and capacitor that blew up by the reference designators. It also looks like a fundamental misunderstanding of how to deal with the mains in the absence of an isolation transformer. There is also the apparent connection of your local ground to the Neutral near the device PS2.
Are your mains 120 VAC or 220 VAC?
So. the peak voltage would be 230 VAC * SQRT(2) ≈ 326 Vpk. What is the voltage rating on the capacitors you chose and what type of capacitors are they? Some types may not be happy with rapid changes in voltage or current.It is 230VAC, also I wanted to see whether we are getting the voltages intended to isolation transformer.
This indicates the capacitor could not take that much voltage and shorted out. The short will kill the week spots.It was L1, RT1206FRE1310RL, VJ1206Y103MXEAT
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