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Topic # 98918 8-Mar-2012 20:39 Send private message

As it says, where can I get a new power supply for an Xbox 360S ?

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  Reply # 592530 8-Mar-2012 20:49 Send private message

It's an aftermarket one but it's compatible with the Slim model.

http://www.trademe.co.nz/gaming/xbox-360/accessories/other/auction-454650261.htm




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  Reply # 592541 8-Mar-2012 21:11 Send private message

Says its for old model, 230w. I thought the 360S was only about 105w?

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  Reply # 592543 8-Mar-2012 21:15 Send private message

Also states 'After Market product compatible to Xbox console slim '. Might want to ask him a question and confirm as he has contradictions in the description.




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  Reply # 592546 8-Mar-2012 21:29 Send private message

what happened to your old one?

warranty?
consumer guarantees act?

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  Reply # 592557 8-Mar-2012 22:06 Send private message

nathan: what happened to your old one?

warranty?
consumer guarantees act?

Ironic considering that came from a Microsoft employee. Anyway...

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  Reply # 592572 8-Mar-2012 22:38 Send private message

im not sure how that's ironic

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  Reply # 592579 8-Mar-2012 22:54

They're reasonably priced on dealextreme, though you'd need a plug converter or your own IEC cable:
http://www.dealextreme.com/p/ac-power-adapter-for-xbox-360-slim-eu-plug-ac-100-240v-70190

 



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  Reply # 592666 9-Mar-2012 09:44 Send private message

Dealextreme looks good, thanks.

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  Reply # 592765 9-Mar-2012 13:27 Send private message

codyc1515:
nathan: what happened to your old one?

warranty?
consumer guarantees act?

Ironic considering that came from a Microsoft employee. Anyway...


How is that ironic? If the power supply died within the year, then go back to the retailer and ask for a replacement.  MS is apparently pretty good about honouring replacements.  And if they try giving you gip (or you're slightly outside the warranty - after all the slim was only released 2-odd years ago), then pull out the CGA argument.  An MS employee is just as entitled to point out that you can get it replaced under warranty and that (shock!  horror!) you have consumer rights as anyone else.

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  Reply # 598581 22-Mar-2012 10:58 Send private message

The flatmates PSU died on his 360, he went back to the store and was able to get a replacement without much issue. Not sure if it was under warranty at the time, but they're obligated to supply replacement parts for things they sell "for a reasonable period" I believe, so should still be able to source a replacement although they might be pretty expensive.




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