Ok, I'll double check tonight. It's possible that it arrived blown, I didn't check. Since its surface mount, it will already be hard to replace, but since it's a fuse, I'm afraid the heat from the soldering may blow any new fuse. I've considered getting a new fuse with leads as that would make soldering it much easier.
So, my options are:
1. Get a new fuse installed and use the same power supply.
2. Get a new fuse installed and buy a new power supply, either 9V or 12V max 600mA output.
3. Keep old power supply, buy whole new board on ebay.
4. Get a new power supply, and buy a whole new board on ebay.
5. Buy the monoprice unit.
I'll doublecheck my wiring tonight. I'll also post pictures of the completed enclosure.
It would be a shame to go the monoprice route and not use the enclosure I spent time on.
This is the power supply I currently havehttp://search.digikey.com/scripts/Dk...rds=62-1134-ND
I spoke with a couple hardware guys where I work, and one suggested that an in-rush of current when I first plugged it in could have caused it to blow. I can't tell from the part numbers what type of fuse it is, if it's fast, normal or slow. Digikey for 32VDC 1A fuses only have surface mount and only fast acting and slow blow.
I really wish I had known if it was blown all along or not. When an ebay auction says tested, I wonder what they do to test it.