Trace further and narrow down the search to standby power section. Standby voltage (5V) is totally down.
|B159-003 Power Board Block Diagram|
This section on the B159-002 power board, component side.
|B159-002 Power Board Component Side|
This diode fails become short circuit, part of the secondary side of the transformer that feedback to FAN6754 PWM controller pin 2 (FB)
|FAN6754 Typical Application schematics, not the actual schematics|
It is B3100 diode that should be able to withstand 100V peak and 70V RMS reverse voltage
|3.0A HIGH VOLTAGE SCHOTTKY BARRIER RECTIFIER|
Replace this FML-G22S, the best I have currently, salvage from old PCB.
It can withstand 200V peak.
Now, I can see the 5V standby voltage. Put everything back together and test.
Will try to find the actual component soon (B3100) for replacement.