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Old 3rd August 2012, 02:45 PM   #11
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Old 7th August 2012, 07:15 AM   #12
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the package arrived in a very "special condition" I will post pictures later.
The fuses for aux. output are removed and just wires are placed instead. the transformer aux. winding is burned, again. (I wonder why ?) I will remake the transformer using much thicker wire. I wonder what will burn next time.
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the package arrived in a very "special condition" I will post pictures later.
The fuses for aux. output are removed and just wires are placed instead. the transformer aux. winding is burned, again. (I wonder why ?) I will remake the transformer using much thicker wire. I wonder what will burn next time.
I won't be using the aux. output (I built a Velleman regulated PS kit which works perfectly), so there shouldn't be any problems *crosses fingers*.
 
Old 14th August 2012, 10:33 AM   #14
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Default Done !

When I said that the package arrived in "special condition" I wasn't joking. looks like was delivered directly from the plane without parachute. I wonder if the packages which I send arrive in same condition.
However, I fixed already, including the aux. output, even if you don't need it I have to bring the board in the same condition as it was when you bought it. hopefully this time will last without any more damage. I found the wires of aux winding melted and instead of fuses, just some wires. If you really don't use the aux. leave-it unconnected. I will charge you just the shipping back, 17 usd. I repaired the transformer myself and since was a joyful moment I can't charge nothing for that. please be so kind and send me at the same paypal address.
and please, don't damage again.
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Old 14th August 2012, 02:16 PM   #15
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Someone at China Post was obviously having a bad day! Perhaps annoyed at being beaten by the US at the Olympics?

It's very kind of you to charge so little - especially as I currently have no job/little money. A local company quoted me something near to $200 to repair the transformer.

When my circumstances improve, I shall not hesitate in buying more of your well-made products.

Money on it's way. If I do break it again, I'll keep it to myself.

Thanks again.
 
Old 14th August 2012, 04:30 PM   #16
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Just for the record - when I received my 180 from China, the package was in more or less the same condition, though the psu was in good condition. It's though to be a cardboard box when you have to travel half 'round the world.
 
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My power supplies are currently mounted in their subwoofer enclosures, powering Hypex UCD400ST amps. So far, so excellent. It was worth the time and effort. I'll try and post some pics.

Thanks Cristi - another satisfied customer.
 
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Old 31st August 2012, 06:41 PM   #19
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