keyboards Posted November 8, 2017 Share Posted November 8, 2017 Okay, I've searched the forums and can't seem to find a definitive answer to this, so I'm hoping someone might know. I have 11 LOR1602W controllers driven by a LOR1602WG3-MP3 inside a tree with 185 circuits on it. I was moving some wiring around and accidentally plugged the Cat 5 coming from controller 0b into the RJ11 jack (BTW, whose brilliant idea was it to put a RJ11 "interface" there with an RJ45 jack?!? RJ11's are, by their physical nature, a 6-pin connector and not nearly as wide as a '45). Both were then turned on. When controller 0c was reading 'no conn', I went to inspect and found the error of my ways and shut them off. However, I smelled something that approximated a very hot resistor or other component in the controller. I shut it off immediately and haven't touched it, deciding it would be better to leave it off and find out if I fried something. What say you? Is this a possibility that it is fried? Please let me know ASAP, as I have this tree to light this coming Saturday and I will need to FedEx in another controller if this one is shot. Thanks for any and all replies!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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