Yep, first thing I checked.
This is my last suggestion from SuperPID. I have not yet acted on it.
“NSo very sorry for the delay in responding. We’ve had internet access issues here past week, still ongoing unfortunately.
Possibility that the triac on Super-PID may have blown during the tool jam. It is very rare for triac to blow and would only occur in extreme case. Let’s test the triac;
TEST TRIAC; If you leave the 5 volts OFF (no display) and turn on the AC mains does the router continue to run at full speed?
If the router is running with 5 volts off then most likely Super-PID has a blown triac.
May (hopefully) just be the triac blown. Although could also potentially blow the MOV (black round disc component next to triac), and the opto-couplers (black and/or white chip thingys on opposite of board).
Most likely the next step from here is to replace the triac. To replace the triac it is best/easiest to cut each leg individually then remove each leg part and then unsolder clean the PCB etc. Pre-bend the new triac legs (may need some more heatsink compound added) and screw down the triac tightly first, before lastly soldering in the new triac.
Large electronics stores (Mouser, DigiKey) should have in stock;
BTA26-800CWRG – ST Micro – triac
If you would like us to send you a new triac please advise your shipping address. Shipping from here takes about 7-14 days.
Please let me know how it all goes.
Thank you for all your help.
Best regards, jen”