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I need a replacement for my Sunbeam/Black Steel 480W Power Supply made by casegears, seems its been dis-continued. Is there a compatible replacement?

When we replaced a monitor and opened computer to remove dust we noticed exposed wires, appears to have overheated. The RED wire connected to the cd drive

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Http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817709010 This is the closest replacement. Ensure the diamentions are the same and it will work fine.

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SOURCE: replacing power supply HP M8120N

Here is the link for the upgrade and service guide.

This one is just as easy as 1) removing the side panel; 2) Remove the four screws that hold the power supply into position; 3) Remove the power supply cables from the motherboard (NOTE: If the media bay reader is in the way, you remove the front bezel by pressing the release tabs on the bezel and it will swing open. Remove the one screw securing the bay in position, then slide it forward so you can reach the power cable to the motherboard.); 4) Remove the power supply cables from the hard drives, cd rom drives, and other peripherals inside the PC. 5) Remove power supply...sometimes there is a button to push and it will slide out, sometimes not. 6) Replace power supply, then reverse procedures.

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Because there are so many different case and motherboard combinations sometimes it can be difficult following the instructions for connecting the front panel, USB header and audio header.

Below is a few generic guide that should stop some of the confusion with the labels on the wires.

frontpanelsetup.jpg

usbheadersetup.jpg

Front Panel Audio
audiosetup.jpg

***Please note this is a generic wiring guide and we can not guarantee it will work with every motherboard. Please check your motherboard manual first. Wiring the headers wrong can cause damage to the motherboard and case, this damage is not covered by the warranty***

another handy USB wiring guide can be found here http://www.directron.com/installusb.html

this maybe easier to follow

FRONT PANEL AUDIO

2________10
__

1________9

Pin Wire
1) Mic In
2) GND (ground) or if 2xGND available, it’s the GND for the headphones, NOT the Mic
3) Mic BIAS
4) n/c
5) Speaker Right Out
6) Speaker Right Return
7) n/c
8) no pin (n/c)
9) Speaker Left Out
10) Speaker Left Return

n/c = not connected



USB (F_USB1 and also F_USB2)

2________10

 x
1________9

Top row of pins
2 = USB port 2 : VCC/Power/+5V
4 = USB port 2 : Data -/D-
6 = USB port 2 : Data +/D+
8 = USB port 2 : Ground/GND
10 = USB port 2 : pin present, but not connected to anything.

Bottom row of pins
1 = USB port 1 : VCC/Power/+5V
3 = USB port 1 : Data -/D-
5 = USB port 1 : Data +/D+
7 = USB port 1 : Ground/GND
9 = USB port 1 : no pin present

Front Panel Connector (FP1)

1 2
x 




9 10

1 = no pin present
3 & 5 = Power Switch
7 & 9 = Power LED (light)

2 = pin present, but not connected to anything.
4 & 6 = Reset Switch
8 = 10 = Hard Drive LED (light)

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These wires vary based on the type of the board each wire lead is labeled to coorespond with the pins on the board. You need to reference the manual for your specific motherboard. If you don't have the original get it from the vendor support site or just google it. Unless your motherboard is an odd brand it should be easy to find.

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