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Ultimate Geek


Topic # 74834 8-Jan-2011 11:00
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DGS-1248T 48-Port 10/100/1000Mbps with 4-Port SFP WebSmart Switch

It has 3 non working fans, but they cost like $9 (trademe) each to replace. I have tested all the fans and found it is the fans that are faulty, not the motherboard or anything. Easy fix.

I could replace them but I don't have any and it is priced cheap enough as it is.

Cheapest I have seen this online is $1700.

This is second hand but still good (once fans are replaced).

Full Info on this item:
http://tinyurl.com/24lhmsy

$650 and I will pay for courier if needed.




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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 425201 8-Jan-2011 14:04
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Since posting the last offer, I have opened the case and inspected the mainboard of this switch.

I see there are 3 leaking capacitors and 3 slightly bulging ones.

I know these aren't hard to replace but I am still going to drop the price to $500 + freight as it isn't in the condition I first thought it was in.

I must say that it still works fine for me, although I only have it running as a basic router at the moment and am not using any of its features.

I think its still a bargain.

I will list it on tm maybe tomorrow if no interest.




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