Re: Faulty Freeview box
- From: "Dr Zoidberg" <AlexNOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 19:59:23 +0100
"Bill Wright" <insertmybusinessname@xxxxxxx> wrote in message news:dd-dnXYL0ov_dyvXnZ2dnUVZ8rWdnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Which makes for a quick and easy fix compared to something with a built in PSU that can't be changed by 99% of the owners.
"Brian Gaff" <briang1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:VSntm.81003$OO7.4404@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxIs it one with a remote psu? Is it perhaps one of the newer tiny almost as small as the plug type?
If yes to both, then find out what its spec is and fit a new one. I already have a graveyard of switch mode crap supplied with various bits of kit, and a good analogue unit may well be heavier, and get a bit warm, but seem not to cut out, put clicks on the output and otherwise do silly things like generatee huge amounts of rfi.
Just my findings on modern small 'efficient' power supplies.
It's daft how manufacturers supply decent kit with inadequate wall warts. None time out of ten when some little telly or whatever pack up its the PSU.
"I laugh in the face of danger , then I hide until it goes away"
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