Question about Silverstone SST-ST60F (SSTST60F) 600-Watt Power Supply
Voltage spike likely blew across the dielectric of several electrolytic capacitors. The internal fuse may or may not have survived. If it did not- replace it once and see if it is as simple as that, although you are likely looking something more.
If you want to try to salvage it, recap all electrolytics and tantalums. with new high ripple current types for the electrolytics.
Posted on Feb 07, 2012
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