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POwer Supply blown

Teere was a power surge and my PSU fried.How can I replace my PSU.Thjere are no service centers in Canada for Digimate.

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    same problem



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Just get the specs for that PSU. Look for the output voltage and current and buy one of the same specs. The voltage should be the same but the current may be the same or higher but not lower.

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