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Fri Oct 13 16:16:45 CDT 2006
/ Van: cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org namens Jay West
/ Verzonden: vr 13-10-2006 22:53
/ Aan: General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts
/ Onderwerp: 11/34 irks
/ Ya know... if you're going to design and manufacture a "modular" power
/ supply like is in the 11/34A/BA11K, with those nice regulator modules...
/ wouldn't you think it could be designed so you could pull them out to
/ replace or add without having to remove the backend of the chassis? That's
/ just silly.
/ Perhaps I'm missing it. It appears that you take off the top cover, undo a
/ holding screw in the back (one per regulator), and undo the connector for
/ that regulator underneath. But the two screws underneath and inside? Those
/ don't seem to be removable without taking off the back end of the chassis.
/ Icky. GrumbleGrumble...
Nope, to remove the PSU bricks, you must remove the 3 short screws at
both sides. Notice that the metal has a small "triangle" cut out the sheet.
Near that is the screw you remove *last*. After removing the other two at
both sides and loosening the 3rd screw, you can open up the PSU box
a little. With a bit of effort you can disconnect all cables. Make notes!
Then unscrew the last one ...
Be prepared! The PSU is most of the weight of the whole box !
Now you know why I do fitness 4x a week :-)
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