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My Sheba CR61 will not power up?

I have tried a new power cord. I can I tell if there is a problem with the internal power supply?

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Hi Mate

Without buying a multimeter the easiest way is to check with your nose. Sounds silly but trust me I've DOA'd over a thousand power supplys and the manufacurers that I have returned them to have never argued with my nose - neither has my multimeter. Sharp acrid metalicy/plasticy tipe smell and it's fried.

Other things are to try another aplience in the power point. The other thing that comes to mind is that a fair few power supplies come with a dual voltage switch 100/240 v. In Australia if you switch it over to 100v unit fried, if you local power is 100v and you have it set to 240v I have no idea what the result would be.

U can by a reasonable power supply for as little as $30AU but it is worth spending up to around $60AU ($3000US & $6000US in todays economic climate) especialy if you are thinking of adding further components to your system.

Final note my wife learnt to her advantage (hubby not such a dumb bugger) sacrafitial or resetable powerboards are a must.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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