Most of the time no lights = power supply, but I just had a case where no lights = motherboar. But that is the only one of those I have seen in all of the PS3 repairs I have done.
If you buy one on EBay or w/e and it isn't the problem, I could buy the good part from you. I always am looking for spare parts. if it is the motherboard though, I don't deal in the 20gb or 40gb models, only the 60 and 80.
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It should be on your dlink system. Do you have the disk and instructions on how to install the wireless system? It should also how to tell you what to do on the disk cus theres a website that sets up that stuff so just fallow the instructions on the disk if you still have it. hope this helps. let me know if you need more help.
Him my name is Juan and let me try to help you I think you have the 60GB unit or 80Gb older model why I am saying this because on the 60gb unit the power suply inside the unit get way to hot and ones it gets to a point where it get way to hot it turn it self off and sometimes it reset after few minutes some power supplys they just died so if this is your problem you need a new power supply I have some in stock for 45dls and 3 dls shipping
Check the power suply output voltage and freqwency. Then get the same info from a US power supply. If it matches shouldn't be an issue. Yet I think the best is just to get a transformer from a european store from 220 to 110. It may be cheaper that a power supply. If still interested in a US power supply I have one available. My email is email@example.com.