The GE Turbine Control Board DS3800DPSS1C1C features 6 fuses and 1 34-pin connector. The GE Turbine Control Board DS3800DPSS1C1C also is populated with 7 terminals with retention screws, multiple capacitors, and 1 jumper.
The GE Turbine Control Board DS3800DPSS1C1C has fuses as protection against an over voltage condition. Each of the fuses provides protection to a circuit on the board. The fuse protects the components that are part of the circuit. If you have reason to think that a processing function provided by the board has stopped functioning, you can begin troubleshooting by viewing the board and checking the fuses to see if the elements in the fuses are intact. If the elements are broken it means the fuse is blown and that the function provided by the circuit has ceased to function.
If you see a blown fuse, remove the board from the drive and place the board on a level surface with a static protective bag under the board. Wear a wrist to give the static on your person and on the board a grounded surface to drain to. This can be a metal chair leg or a metal support on a desk. Without a grounded surface to drain the static, the static builds up and can damage components on the board.
Remove the blown fuse and replace it with an identical fuse. Make sure the fuse has the same amperage rating. Have on hand a supply of the same fuses the board uses so that the board can quickly be repaired.