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    Default Seventeam1200 Power Supply problem

    hi
    i have a Seventeam 1200 pc power supply.
    some Components in the secondary side of board was Burned.
    someone can help me to know them specifications?
    i show them in board..
    anyone have a list of all Components on secondary side of board Components?

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    Not. Worth. Repairing.

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    10/10 soldering

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    Looks like some serious failures...

    Anyway, that looks to be your unit:
    http://www.jonnyguru.com/blog/2008/0...ower-supply/3/

    Well, after 11 years it did its job...

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    Almost certainly more damaged than what is seen, so not worth repairing.

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    The SR MOSFETs might have failed as well, since the drive circuit is burnt.

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    This one is damaged beyond repair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis View Post
    The SR MOSFETs might have failed as well, since the drive circuit is burnt.
    yes,mufset have failed and i have that specification for replace.for now i just want that Components specification for replace all of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    Almost certainly more damaged than what is seen, so not worth repairing.
    thanks for your answer
    almost right but the main parts are healthy,only a few pieces burnt
    the price of burnt parts seems to me worth repairing rather than buying a new power(in my country)
    or at least I want to try
    i just don't have the specifications of these specified pieces

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    You run the risk of not fixing it and so wasting money.

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