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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power supply/ no output voltage
Actually i haven't fixed the problem as yet but i did find some info that would help me to fix problem.
I went to google and entered keyword,,, Electronic parts,,there came up a page,,and i went to several manuf sites till i found a replacement transformer,,then i disassembled the power supply and am now waiting for a replacement transformer.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
SOURCE: which transformer to use
To solve the problem I tosted the whole mess of wires and equipment and bought new equipment. $8,024 spent and now all the new converters are labeled. The industry needs to mark all equipment with DC-IN 9V or whatever. This is a real problem if you have kids and grandkids and too many different standards.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
The power circuits in the external hard drive enclosure may have burnt out or the fuse may have blown. Its unlikely your hard-disk is itself damaged.
You may remove the actual hard-disk from the enclosure and put it in another and access the data.
All the best!
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
You will nned to make a test with a multimeter to see if your adapter provide the rating charge your laptop need.
Then see if your heatsink it is not so dirty, if not, try to apply termal compound to your heatsink and check if your blower spin good, you will need to remove your Mobo, this is a mayor fix, so try if you have expertise.
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Posted on Apr 28, 2009
You must make sure the polarity is right on the ac adapters, if you are off on anything ei; voltage or polarity you can easily fry the motherboard. If you have your old adapter, look on the specs and match EXACTLY when purchasing generic-just my 2 cents. If it doesn't match you still may have a chance(slim)-good luck!
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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