Its not the factory brick, I even bought the Goldshell 4 Box PSU and it still burns the connector…
I just unsoldered and resoldered new female connectors on the board and changed the male PSU connector ends with new pins for the second time. I’m gonna try flashing the FW to the control board via SD card and software tool that Goldshell emailed me.
The LB Box I have runs flawlessly on Hashrate mode No burning, connected via same 4 Box PSU.
Its just this Doge Box, I messaged Vosk on Youtube and he replied most of the time for him its been a faulty control board.
After really looking at it I’m thinking maybe inside the connector pins may be a little loose causing resistance - heat causing the gradual burn. It took like 2 months for the connector to burn up again.
First burn was in Hashrate mode - would Also turn off every few days with a overheat code.
Second burn was in Balanced mode.
I havent powered it back on yet due to time constraints, I have one more male connector to replace on the Box PSU.
I even replaced the male ends on the factory brick, (for backup) man those are a PITA to get the end off to see what pins went to each slot.
All wire ends were crimped with new pins proper tool and slotted in new connector, pins firmly locked in and don’t back out (when you connect the two ends)
1st I’m going to burn FW image to control board via SD card.
2nd I’m going to add some dielectric grease to the end of the male connection to ensure no loose pins connections.
I also have a LB1, with burnt connections. ( I replaced both ends on this aswell) It has no control board it uses your computer as the control board. Which has is thinking its loose pins causing the resistance and burnup problem.
Stay tuned hopefully I don’t have a 3rd burn.