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    PSU repairs

    I need to get a whole bunch of Taiwanese arcade PSU's from the 90's repaired, anyone dabbling in that area?

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    I use to repair power supplies all the time once, but it's no longer cost efficient. You'll find it much easier and cheaper just to buy new ones.

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    Johns-Arcade.

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    commercially i couldn't even unpack them and take their cases off for the cost of new ones.

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    Thanks. Ebay it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick80 View Post
    Thanks. Ebay it is!
    Dont get the cheapest ones from China.
    most times the -5v or 12v rails dont work!
    Al.

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    I'm looking at the Min Dong ones that Vadership sells as I already have one that is ok.

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    You can always repair one or two to get a feel for it. They are surprisingly simple to fix.

    http://newlifegames.com/nlg/index.php?topic=1393.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by channelmaniac View Post
    You can always repair one or two to get a feel for it. They are surprisingly simple to fix.

    http://newlifegames.com/nlg/index.php?topic=1393.0
    Cheers- yes I'll definitely do that considering I have a few and hate waste.

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