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It is not a question, I only explain my experience to the comunity.

Last week a lightning fell near home and damaged the vcr and the xbox.

The console has no warranty yet, and i can't use the house insurance 'cause it is softmoded and has an external dvd-rom, so it has a hole on the top to let out the power and ide buses.

So I decided to try to repair the psu. My psu is a DeltaElectronics Inc. DPSN-96AP-1.
when I saw at the back of the psu card, i could see what happened. The lightning left marks where it passed.

The damaged parts I could see at first look were 2 of a group of four resistances which had a part burned. And the tester confirmed that. But with the tester i coud see that the fuse (obbiously! ) was fused.

Parts damaged and changed:

- 2 resistances of 1MOhm- 1 fuse (T3.15A 250v)

Lukly no other part seems to be damaged, although the lightning trace reaches the diode bridge

It works. I let the console powered on for six hours, and nothing strange happened.

I hope it can be helpfull for someone 'cause i didn't find a lot of help on the net.
If someone don't want to repair it, i found a web to buy a new one: lik-sang.
And it's not the onlyplace. Google can help.

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sick_mate_xbox | Nov 8 2005, 07:05 AM Post #2 |


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| thanks for that, i got an xbox that had a dead PSU aftera lighting strike (that was what i was told) so maybe in the near future i will try out your tutorial and let you know how it goes! thanks! |
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karlwmiller | Nov 16 2005, 12:48 AM Post #3 |


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| hi just thaught id say that my friend had the same happento his xbox,bugger aint it |
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FallsInc | Nov 18 2005, 04:13 AM Post #4 |


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| and thats why i invest in power filters. i've spent about 100 dollars on 3 of them, and that is a very very small price to pay to protect my nearly$10,000 of computer and electronics equipment. my audio system alone is worth 1300, computer is around 2700 not including moniter, and other shit too. |
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djmart6914 | Dec 5 2005, 02:24 PM Post #5 |


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| Insted of doing all of that,why not purchase a good quality UPS or Surge Protector? Good tutorial though, it most likely will never happen to me. Next question is, what exactly did you have your xbox plugged into? |
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beltrachi | Dec 5 2005, 05:47 PM Post #6 |


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| QUOTE(djmart6914 @ Dec 52005, 02:31 PM)
Insted of doing all of that, why not purchase a good quality UPS or Surge Protector? Good tutorial though, it most likely will never happen to me. Next question is, what exactly did you have your xbox plugged into?

You are right. I didn't have a surge protector but i didn't have any problem before. Lightnings are very rare here and most people don't use it. My house insurancewould have paid it if it wouldn't be modded. The video casette recorder died too and they paid it.

Anyway, i've bought a filter. |
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djmart6914 | Dec 6 2005, 12:50 AM Post #7 |


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