Question about HP ProCurve 2900 48G Switch (J9050A#ABA) Transceiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP ppp009 laptop power supply
The best way is to get one off ebay by part number. Take it apart and write them down. Then order the resistors and you will have 2. Then you can either sell the other one back or keep it. You cant lose if you have electronics skills.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
SOURCE: Getting a new psu
I'm not sure about the size, but this may be what you are looking for:
Most power supplies are a standard size, but I'm not sure about your model of HP. The from the photos on the HP site, it looks like a standard mid-tower case and it should fit.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
Wow, your meter showed that you had 120v to each of your outlets as it was running? And when you would plug in one of your appliances, they wouldn't work? Mmm, something's not right here...:). Not sure if this problem has been resolved yet (just looking at the date), but I would start from scratch again. Turn everything off (breakers, etc). Start the generator again. Then turn your breakers on ONE at a time. Use your meter to check out each receptacle. Do this on EACH one. If everything checks out okay, then turn on ONE plug at a time again, check with meter again, and then use a low amperage appliance to plug in - and see if it works. Yes, it sounds tedious - but we're doing the process of elimination to really rule a lot out. Unfortunately, coffee maker's (because of their heating element) draw a majority of the load, so having this on the same circuit with other component's can affect things also. If you've repaired this already, great! If you had a minute, I'd be interested in hearing what the problem was. And if you haven't fixed it yet, feel free to contact me again - and I'll help you through with this. Best of Luck to you! - Jim
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
SOUNDS LIKE THE BOARD IS FAULTY.UNPLUG THE PURGE UNIT AND TURN THE PRINTER ON IF IT COMES ON AS NORMAL THAT MEANS THE DRIVER IC ON THE BOARD IS FAULY.IN WHICH CASE YOU WOULD HAVE TO REPLACE THE MAIN BOARD.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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