(X360) Power supply burned, risk of console getting damaged?

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  1. Tanalbi
    Tanalbi Guest

    (X360) Power supply burned, risk of console getting damaged?


    It happened to a friend, the console didn't turned on until then, tested the PSU in other console and the same, he hopes that anything bad didn't happened to console.

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    Tanalbi, Aug 15, 2019
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  2. Altage Win User

    (X360) Power supply burned, risk of console getting damaged?

    Check the label on the PSU itself, if it is 175, 150, or 203W, then it will work. But heres a chart showing which you have.
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    I
    would recommend using a 175, or 150W, since those are for your specific model.
  3. Altage Win User

    (X360) Power supply burned, risk of console getting damaged?

    Hey Tanalbi! I was going to reply this on your latest question post. But the thread had been locked while i was typing it up, however this question seems very similar!

    I had the same problem! Long story short, it will work. And i dont recommend using a 3rd party connector, always use Microsoft released hardware. However your chances of something happening to it will increase. What i mean by this is everything has a chance
    to “fry” or short circuit. But using something that outputs less voltage is a risk.

    While Microsoft no longer sells these PSUs. I recommend going to GameStop. My local store still sells the PSUs standalone. The model you want to be on the lookout for is the 175W model, or the 150W model.

    Here is a link providing more information on finding out which one your particular unit requires.

    https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-360/console/power-supply

    Any Elite model system manufactured before 2009 will be 175W, and any during or after will be 150W.
  4. Tanalbi Win User

    (X360) Power supply burned, risk of console getting damaged?

    Hey ! I was going to reply this on your latest question post. But the thread had been locked while i was typing it up, however this question seems very similar!

    I had the same problem! Long story short, it will work. And i dont recommend using a 3rd party connector, always use Microsoft released hardware. However your chances of something happening to it will increase. What i mean by this is everything has a chance
    to “fry” or short circuit. But using something that outputs less voltage is a risk.

    While Microsoft no longer sells these PSUs. I recommend going to GameStop. My local store still sells the PSUs standalone. The model you want to be on the lookout for is the 175W model, or the 150W model.

    Here is a link providing more information on finding out which one your particular unit requires.

    https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-360/console/power-supply

    Any Elite model system manufactured before 2009 will be 175W, and any during or after will be 150W.
    This PSU isn't actually third-party, it is actually Microsoft-original. My question now is that if it will work on my 175/150W console
  5. XBF Felixx P Win User

    (X360) Power supply burned, risk of console getting damaged?

    Hello Tanalbi!

    Thanks for reaching out to Xbox forums support.

    I'm sorry to hear about the power supply issues that you're experiencing with your 360 console.

    It sounds like it's definitely an issue with your Power Supply.

    I would suggest trying another 360 power supply with your console to confirm that is the issue.

    Hopefully you have a friend with a 360 that you can borrow it from, or head down to your local game shop / store.

    Helpful link:

    Check the Xbox 360 power supply

    Let us know this helped! Good luck!

    Felix

    Xbox forums support
  6. XBF Ruben D Win User

    (X360) Power supply burned, risk of console getting damaged?

    Hello
    Tanalbi
    ,

    Thanks for reaching out here in Xbox forums. I understand that you have a question about the voltage for your Xbox 360 console.

    I would like to remind you of the Xbox Forum Guidelines.

    • 13) Please do not spam. No commercial posts or flooding the forum with useless content. Double, triple, etc. posting can also be considered spam.


    We'll be locking the thread. If you ever require any help with any other Xbox issues please feel free to come back to the Xbox Forums for further assistance.

    Thank you again for posting on Xbox Forums!
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