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Old 09-19-2018, 03:37 AM   #1522
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Default Re: the gutless, bloated, and fried power supply hall of shame

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Originally Posted by momaka View Post
Well, if it's a fake choke, there wouldn't be much copper wire for your friend to reuse.


Yes, Allied is indeed Solytech's high-end line, with the others as you described. I was just joking with you that you called Allied a high-end PSU. Really in the grand scheme of things, Allied PSUs are pretty mediocre compared to the whole market.


No idea. First time I see/hear of a burned transformer. Normally the primary transistors pop way before that happens. Would be really interesting to desolder it and take it apart. Perhaps a short developed on the output side windings (high-current side).
Probably, I've never seen anything like that, when I saw it I was stunned.
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