The following lines are quoted from the first thread I linked to.
CPU64: "I don't know why everyone is saying 5 amp. My xbox and the ones I've repaired all had 15 amp fuses."
Adon Malik: "I'm betting you misread it. As I've said in other threads a 15 amp is very dangerous in this type of circuit, don't use it. "
CPU64: "You're right.. The rating isn't spaced right.. "
xbfan: "The rating on the fuse is T3.15 amp at least that is what it is on my delta ps. "
xbfan: "After another look, I left part of the p/n off, it a T3.15A 250N Fuse and it's rated to handle up to 3.15 amps at 250v but beware it's only a 115v power supply. "
...and these are from the second thread I linked to:
CPU64: "Adon.. Now I'm confused a bit..
The fuse I fixed (and the one on my xbox) doesn't show T5AH..
They both have T3. 15A 250V.
Don't tell me that is supposed to mean a 3.15A fuse??
Damn, stupid spacing.."
Adon Malik: "Yup that means 3.15amp."
Please notice the complete lack of the words "I guess".
And did you even look at the photo I posted?? It clearly shows that I was not quoting you the DC amperage. I quoted you the AC input current of the PS, which on that particular PS is quoted at 1.2A.
|i looked up parts fot T3. 15a and only came up with one place...|
Try this... Going by the sticker on my PS, it's a foxlink FTPS-0002. Trying looking up "FTPS-0002" in Google. Guess how many results come up. None! Does that mean that this PS doesn't exist? No. Does that mean that this PS is not what is sitting in my Xbox as I type this? No.
|hard headed? prove me wrong. take out the fuse stupid. |
Actually, this whole time I thought that I don't have another PS with a fuse in it, but guess what I just found? hehehe. I didn't even realize what these fuses looked like, as the fuse that I replaced was a glass tube fuse. But here you, a picture of the fuse you're talking about:
Please try to emanine all the facts and logical reasoning with an unbiased mind. You might surprise yourself with what you discover.
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