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PSU Replacement for Packard Bell Platinum 4200 Tower

Posted on 2007-11-24
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Hi,

Could you please advise of a suitable PSU replacement for a Packard Bell Platinum 4200 Tower?

Thanks in Advance,

Richard
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by:Richard2000
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Would this product be suitable?  Any extra cables etc. required?

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/20083
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Either need the S/N off the case or contact these people in Sussex who keep a full range of NEC/Packard Bell PSU's
http://www.hamiltone.co.uk/psusMZ.html
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If its one of those slimline PSUs then sometimes its cheaper to do a case transplant into a cheaper case with a standard PSU.
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by:Richard2000
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Thanks for your help.  The solution I chose was to install the part mentioned in my above comment.
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