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xbox power supply blown

Postby damotheking » Sat Sep 23, 2017 1:38 pm

hi guys i have a xbox here with a blown capacitor \ and am looking for any input.
i have opened all 4 other xbox's i have here and none of them have the same
revision power supply .so i cant tell what specs the capacitor is its blown black .
i have tested the xbox with another power supply
just to rule out no other issues.atm money is tight so i want to try to replace
the capacitor see if that helps instead of buying a power supply.
does anyone know of a site with in more depth of diffrent revisions power supplies
parts list etc. or does any one have parts consoles sitting around that could take
a look if they have the same revison power supply and read the specs of it
ive attached a photo of the black blown cap next to the red dot looks like a tantalum
and thanks
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Re: xbox power supply blown

Postby MisterXiado » Sat Sep 23, 2017 2:00 pm

From what I can tell from your picture (nice potato, incidentally), my Xbox power supply is engineered differently, in that it has different types of capacitors (large electrolytic barrel caps) where your apparent ceramics are, and the inductor is longer, as well as different positioning of the regulator sinks. As of the time of this response, a seller by the name of orlissjulio has at least one Xbox power supply board. Here's the item listing.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/162646573393

The reason I recommend replacing the board is because a blown cap is not a cause and effect in and of itself. There's typically something else in the chain over-volting the capacitor, or a current issue. Without a diagram, an o-scope, and a bench, I couldn't begin to fish this one out.
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Re: xbox power supply blown

Postby stillcool » Sat Sep 23, 2017 4:06 pm

I have a 2004/5 v1.6 power supply that's laying around, 230v same as you I think. I can give you details of what capacitor is where on that if you can't read yours. It's nice and clean other than that white shite MS blobbed all over it !

I'll grab it and post a photo, it maybe the same, I don't know how many variants there are.
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Re: xbox power supply blown

Postby kaos_engr » Sat Sep 23, 2017 4:11 pm

Which model and brand of PSU is it? It's printed on the PCB.

Xbox version it's powering?

input a/c voltage
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Re: xbox power supply blown

Postby damotheking » Sat Sep 23, 2017 4:37 pm

delta electronics dpsn-96bp 240v down to 100-127v 2.3a
its not a v1.1 and its not a v1.6 .it has a coxenant video chip not sure
could be the other 4 versions.yes please post a photo and specs stillcool i should be able to match by a photo
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Re: xbox power supply blown

Postby MisterXiado » Sat Sep 23, 2017 5:25 pm

Mine is a DPSN-96AP, 120V for US NTSC. The pair of disc capacitors near the inductor pair is glued together, seemingly printed face to printed face. I'm a bit rusty in my stepdown voltage studies, so I don't recall if capacitors for my Xbox PSU would be similar to one for a 240V region, and without a diagram, it would only be a guess to say that they're filter caps. To make it short, since mine is a completely different model, for different voltage, I'm not of much use for determining which capacitors should be replaced, and with what.
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Re: xbox power supply blown

Postby stillcool » Sat Sep 23, 2017 5:43 pm

This is from a v1.6 (2005-05-23), Xcalibur GFX Chip. I've written up the values of the capacitors too in case it's any use to you, not too easy to read so I used a torch, magnifying glass and a QTip to clean away the dust.
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Re: xbox power supply blown

Postby damotheking » Sun Sep 24, 2017 1:56 am

thanks will keep looking
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Re: xbox power supply blown

Postby bladeslide » Sun Sep 24, 2017 2:10 am

How's this pic for you?

Yours should be a 1.2-1.5v power supply

It is a Ceramic disk capacitor can also be called a MOV (metal oxide varistors) or just varistor, depending on application

Looks to say
TVR
10241X
341

It's kinda hard finding real good info about them
The X should be -20,+40% tolerance

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A good read
http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/resistor/varistor.html
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Re: xbox power supply blown

Postby damotheking » Sun Sep 24, 2017 2:39 am

thanks alot howd you manage to get such a good pic exactly what im looking for
thanks again
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Re: xbox power supply blown

Postby bladeslide » Sun Sep 24, 2017 3:00 am

damotheking wrote:thanks alot howd you manage to get such a good pic exactly what im looking for
thanks again


I've got a Kodak C183 14mp camera, it takes really good pics :D
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