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Please clarify? tennis rocket? industrial standard? switching power supply? safety glass panel? all of these are ISO-350...

I assume that you need new computer power supply, as this is just standard 350W switching power supply, this can be repalced by virtually any availbale on the market power supply as long as it is of same or greater value. Nobody is actually manufacturing 350W power supply, I would suggest any available computer power supply will do fine to replace that one.

Size of the power supply is standard, therefore it is irrelevant how many watt is your output as long as it is greater than 350W.

You can find abundance of 400W power supplies on e-bay in price from $0.99 + postage. Your local computer store will have them in stock, if you have access to second-hand computer, you can remove power from it and replace as well.

Hope this help solve your problem.

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I've been shooting football games from the sidelines for four years with a Nikon D70, which is almost the same camera as the D40.

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