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    RM F-Series PSU

    Think I've just had a power supply fail on an out of warranty F-Series computer. Anyone know where I can get a replacement?

    RM won't sell me one as they are "reserved for machines covered under warranty"

    Haven't done a proper search yet for them hoping somebody here can save me time.

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    Re: RM F-Series PSU

    can you take a picture of one. Think i have what you are looking for

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    Re: RM F-Series PSU

    You can buy them from www.hamiltone.co.uk

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    Re: RM F-Series PSU

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    You can buy them from www.hamiltone.co.uk

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    That is one of the worst websites I have ever seen. Trawling through it at the moment.

    Can't lay my hands on a camera at the moment but it's a Delta DPS-160KB-2

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    Re: RM F-Series PSU

    I know it's a terrible website but they supply psu's etc that you can't seem to get anywhere else.

    Ring or email them.

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    Re: RM F-Series PSU

    Yep thanks for the link. I've managed to source one of a nearby school.

    Just tried another PSU in the machine and it looks like the fault has may have shafted the PS2 ports as they aren't working.

    So I shall have to dig out USB keyboard and mouse.

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    Re: RM F-Series PSU

    It will be a TFX power supply, so you can always contact Chenbro who make the case

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    Re: RM F-Series PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseDog
    Quote Originally Posted by plexer
    You can buy them from www.hamiltone.co.uk

    Ben
    That is one of the worst websites I have ever seen. Trawling through it at the moment.

    Can't lay my hands on a camera at the moment but it's a Delta DPS-160KB-2
    Well it does say it was designed in 1997 at the bottom, and it certainly looks the part. Could it be the first 'vintage' website



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