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    Default PSU for C64 100 %

    I have PSU for Commodore C64

    The power supply has once fallen down and it has peeled off the bottom but it still works 100% and the damage does not interfere with work
    look at the photos
    https://www.aukcjoner.pl/gallery-demo/27021359.html

    askign price 15 euro plus shipping
    paymant as gift
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    You might just wanna give this one to the trashcan. Besides those things notoriously failing and blowing half your chipset, this one is fubar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFatAgnus View Post
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    IMHO, in this condition, the CSA/UL/CE certification is void. There can be cracks in the thermally conductive epoxy and this could cause exposure of the mains voltage. This can result in electrical shocks and fire hazards.

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