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WD power supply problem


stewart_cobb

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Hi, Hopefully someone will be able to point me in the right direction. I'm looking for a power supply for a fairly old Western Digital external hard drive. Model number WD1600B012 RNU. Cheers.

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northumbria61

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Are you looking for an external "caddy" ?

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northumbria61

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OR a plug in Power Supply adaptor?

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northumbria61

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One here for £9.99 link text

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northumbria61

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stewart_cobb

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Thanks for the response. I too have seen this - however it's not the correct power supply - the input required is a 4pin circular plug. My search continues...

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northumbria61

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okat Stewart - will let you know if I find something.

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northumbria61

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There is a site here - I can't see anything listed for you but there is an email link at the top of the page if you want to make an enquiry with them. link text

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wee eddie

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Probably cheaper to buy an empty Caddy and transfer the Hard Drive to it.

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northumbria61

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Hi Stewart - is this the type of PS you are looking for - would this be any good? link text

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Diemmess

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As with wee eddie. A new case will have a matching power supply

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