Psu neutral prong broken

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You need a new power supply. Don't even try to fix that.

I removed your poll as it's not needed for this thread.
 

crjdriver

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There is rust around the screws holding the pw supply to the case. It would appear that this was operated in a VERY humid, corrosive environment. The rest of this system was subject to the same factors that cased the prong to break SO I would be looking at the complete system.
 

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It may be too late to "look" at the system, probably closer to time to replace it! :eek:
 
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