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I have a iso switching power supply Model # ISO -400 300w. I cannot get it to run. I had moved around the switch between 115v and the 230v and it did start up for a second. Is there anything that I could do to fix this myself?

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  • Anonymous May 07, 2009

    i have exactly same problem, i deassembled it, the fuse was burned

  • zillah May 26, 2009

    Could you please advise who is the manufacture for those PSU ?

    Thanks

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