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Thread: Heat problems!!! WTF?




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    I went out of town fo the past 36hr or so. Come back to find all my systems shut down! no biggie, but the worst part is that my whole network is down!!!
    It turns out that someone decided to turn off the circuit braker in the house. But the problem is that the AC adaptor for my 16port hub is dead!! it friggin melted! I didnt know those suckers were that hot! So now the whole network is down as I am forced to look for a replacement. :grr:
    Not something I wanted to do! But oh-well.
    Im looking at netgear 8port, but hope to find it cheap!

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    Post a pic!
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    Yeah... we're all sadists and enjoy seeing a good piece of hardware that went down for the count. :rofl:
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    You guys need help :thumb:

    NE way the sucka needs 6A at 5V, but its got 3 pins!
    1 is FG <=== WTF is this???
    2 is 5v
    3 ground/common

    OH yeah, here's a pic of the case.

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    here's the PCB after all the unnescessary/dead components have been removed to show the mucho damage!
    :grr:

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    :rofl: :rofl: unluvky mate:laugh: :laugh:
    What the fcuk happened to my sig?

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    :flames: I suspect lightning was the culprit. It caused the breaker to flip, but not before frying the adapter. :flames:
    :-(

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    Doesn't it just **** ya when that happens. :hammer:

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    Im sorry for your loss kane...!! :rolleyes: :rofl: :rofl:

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    I aint no expert or nothing, but I don't think a PCB should look like that :rofl: :rofl:
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