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    Psu Dead? How To Test

    That’s a great and detailed explanation! I think there was no tension between the black lines and any of the other lines, but I will measure again. I suppose the description above also applies when the psu is unplugged from the motherboard?
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    Psu Dead? How To Test

    Ok I will try that after returning from holidays, cheers for your suggestion!
  3. Hi all, My trusty old XBox has stopped powering up (no lights or drive activity, nothing). I have opened it up to check for leaking caps. It is a 1.0 or 1.1 version, so I checked the clock capacitor which had indeed leaked so I removed it and cleaned the pcb but still no joy. Then I started testing the FoxLink PSU. The socket soldering looks ok and I found that at least the 1st coil has tension, but when measuring the pins on the mobo connector there is nothing (I also measured the Power OK and Power ON pins). I can’t see any visual damage on the PSU. Can I conclude that this PSU is dead or is this normal?

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