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Echostar 450 watt switching ps

Bought this unit surplus; wanted to use it to power a 3.6 volt dustbuster, but  I get no output from the red and black wires. Am I missing some power up switch in one of the connector leads? Thanks in advance.

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  • jmwuj May 01, 2008

     One more question Jemthy. Any idea why, when I put all the orange(3.3 V) wires together(there are 3), and all the blacks together, it shuts down when I try to use the dustbuster? It says the 3.3V is good for 34 A , but the dustbuster draws only about 10.  Thanks in advance.


    Michael

  • jmwuj May 02, 2008

    Thanks for your reply Jemthy, but I already tried the 5 V lines, and it did the same thing. I hooked the dustbuster up to a power supply and it works fine, so the problem is not the dustbuster.


    Michael

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You need to short the ATX power supply to ON. Follow this steps. look for the GREEN and GRAY color wire in the power connection that usually connected to the motherboard of computer. Get a short wire and insert to the hole of GREEN and GRAY to short the switch. Good luck don't forget to rate my solution if helpful to you.

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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    jemuel osorio May 02, 2008

    Try to use the 5v the red one, because there is equipment that using 3.6v then you supplied by 3.3V or lower the voltage that required the machine is not running because the 3.3v is not enough to supply the source in the machine power supply. Because some voltage is drop already maybe 3.3V is 3v only when the power got inside the power supply of the machine. I think 5V is enough and safe to run your dushbuster above 5V is not recommended.

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