frank.lukas wrote:Ask Lynxman for the Ram Boards ...
Marakatti wrote:I don't see any Falcon PSU available on Exxos' site. Just some repair kit which doesn't include the piece which seems bad on my both PSU's. I guess the STe ones doesn't work on Falcon? I have absolutely zero knowledge to electronics.
Marakatti wrote:Really? Scared hell out of me when I saw it. I thought it looks like it's going to explode to the nearest star But then again i know nothing about electric stuff.
Marakatti wrote:Basically my PSU looks like this. It works but looks like better not to use it anymore.
SoundDoctor wrote:Marakatti wrote:Really? Scared hell out of me when I saw it. I thought it looks like it's going to explode to the nearest star But then again i know nothing about electric stuff.
If you really know nothing about electric stuff please don't poke about in a PSU - there are voltages in there that can kill you, or worse, kill your Falcon!
Where were they stored for the 'couple of years'? Inside a heated environment or in unheated storage?
As a general thing to do with any really old electronics that have been off and stored for years - take a soft paint brush and a vacuum cleaner hose and get all of the dust out if it, gently brush it out and suck it away with the vacuum as you go.
Having said that, your PSU doesn't look too bad at all. Is there a lot of crap on the motherboard?
exxos wrote:As others have pointed out, most transformers look that way, its just how they are thrown together at manufacture.
I am in the UK, you could always send me your PSU for a shape-down if needs be.
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