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Topic # 85278 16-Jun-2011 10:42
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Anyone know an online store? Or in Christchurch? I'm looking for about 12-15.

Thanks,

Shane 

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  Reply # 481775 16-Jun-2011 11:00
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Not sure if it is open, but are you looking for these?

http://jaycar.co.nz/productView.asp?ID=HM3240

409 colombo street.



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  Reply # 481804 16-Jun-2011 12:12
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rscole86: Not sure if it is open, but are you looking for these?

http://jaycar.co.nz/productView.asp?ID=HM3240

409 colombo street.


Yep if these are the HDD ones... Great thanks very much! 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 483272 20-Jun-2011 17:02
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Jumpers are Jumpers they're all the same unless it's some proprietary dodad

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  Reply # 485151 23-Jun-2011 19:59
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Most PC shops probably have screws and jumpers leftover, maybe one of the smaller shops will be helpful enough to give you some?




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  Reply # 485221 23-Jun-2011 22:03
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Ordered some from Jaycar - thanks everyone.

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  Reply # 485477 24-Jun-2011 14:09
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Athlonite: Jumpers are Jumpers they're all the same unless it's some proprietary dodad


For the most part.. There have been diffrent sized jumpers over the years thou. One or two of the HDD manufacturers went throu a phase of using mini jumpers for a few years.




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  Reply # 487886 30-Jun-2011 15:15
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Lias:
Athlonite: Jumpers are Jumpers they're all the same unless it's some proprietary dodad


For the most part.. There have been diffrent sized jumpers over the years thou. One or two of the HDD manufacturers went throu a phase of using mini jumpers for a few years.



 

Quite correct I think Maxtor used to use them as did Seagate for a little while but that was a fair while ago now ... It's mostly  all the same one size fits all atleast for those that require user intervention at anyrate  

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