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Fixing LGCM's

Fixing LGCM's

Fixing LGCM's

I have about 5 LGCM's that seem to have the same issue, which seems to be somewhere in the power supply section of the board. Anyone ever fixed one or know who can, or have schematics so I can?

RE: Fixing LGCM's

for what system?

as you talking boards im assuming its for the older systems ipldks etc .

you can get them repaired in the uk by a company called multimessage.

but to be honest you can pick the boards up pretty cheaply second hand off ebay etc anyway .

or just ring around a few lg resellers they proberbly have bucket loads on the shelfs lol .

but tbh they are old systems and i would proberbly look at upgrading the customer .

RE: Fixing LGCM's

LGCM modules are the analog line gateways for the LIK/UCP systems. Not sure but I think some of these have a common point of failure in the power supply section of the gateway board. I'd like to get these things fixed instead of just junking them. I've fixed LDK power supplies, and they seem to blow their power supply caps, and replaced the batteries on the LDK motherboards but not sure what's up with these gateways. I'm sure someone somewhere has fixed these.

RE: Fixing LGCM's

Thanks for the info, I will be contacting them tomorrow. I was hoping for a US repair depot.

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