Question on the NVR8-7300. I've owned this system since July 2015, ran it non stop w/no issues. Over this past weekend while we out trying to access the system remotely via the Swann app I was unsuccessful. Upon checking the system when I got home I realized there was no power to it. Checked on several outlets as the power pack light showed green. Looks like the output of this power pack is supposed to be 48V/2000MA. I went ahead and bench tested both the power pack by itself as well as the unit. The power pack is only putting out 10V at the end and when plugged into the unit I am only getting 1-3V.
I ordered a replacement power pack and it reads 47.9V output so we are good there.
Question is before I discovered it was a faulty power pack I removed the top cover of the NVR to see this small part which looked cooked. Can anyone identify this part and what function it serves within the NVR.
There are no identifying markings on this part. Upon cleaning off the affected area w/alcohol one of the small soldered leads broke clean so I need to replace it to see if the replacement along with the new power pack will get out system up and running again.
Thanks in advance.