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Old 13th January 2013, 10:00 PM   #1
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There was a plastic shield lying loose in the PSX when I opened it. It has a white strip along one long side. I thought the white strip was adhesive but it isn't tacky. I replaced it as shown but could you or someone kindly confirm the correct location and where the white strip faces toward; e.g. towards the toroid trans, etc. Many thanks.
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Old 14th January 2013, 08:35 PM   #2
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Just locate the mains-bearing tracks at the PCB, and locate this strip centered beneath them, og towards the end of the pCB.

I would have secured it to the PCB with an adhesive device, similar to the 3M-photopads ,
as this will keep the strip in place where it belongs.
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Old 15th January 2013, 12:23 PM   #3
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Just locate the mains-bearing tracks at the PCB, and locate this strip centered beneath them, og towards the end of the pCB.

I would have secured it to the PCB with an adhesive device, similar to the 3M-photopads ,
as this will keep the strip in place where it belongs.
Thanks for your help TANDBERGEREN. The casing has a step at the front of where I located the insulating strip. It seems the insulating strip prevents the underside of the PCB shorting with the chassis at this point. That is the only purpose I could think of and why I located it there. (I applied contact adhesive at a couple of spots underneath the insulating strip to secure it.)
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