Dead PSU - Replace Fuse? Tags: Power Supplies Connection Components Last response: July 17, 2007 10:33 AM in Components Share badnob July 16, 2007 6:33:40 PM Hi folks, I have an Ultra X-Connect 500w PSU that died the other day and I'm wondering if I should try and replace the fuse. I can see it throught the rear fan, it is a plain white fuse with no markings. I would like to ask two questions; 1) Am I likely to get a shock if I take the PSU apart and what precautions should I take? 2) What is the likely amperage of the fuse? Thanks in advance. More about : dead psu replace fuse badnob July 17, 2007 10:33:59 AM I tested the fuse without killing myself and it was fine so the problem lies further down the line in the PSU somewhere. Oh well, time to make a purchase... Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources I borrowed a fuse out of my 2oo4 Highlander cause battery was dead anyway. So I took the first 15amp fuse could find which was Forum SolvedPSU blew house fuse Forum Sony VAIO Dead, MBX 196 Motherboard Fuse? Forum Corsair PSU fuse keeps blowing Forum SolvedReplacement psu for apparently dead Orion 900 Forum How to replace fuse in power supplygateway 500x Forum PSU broke after fuse blew CM GM 750 Forum Replace back light fuse on ACER P241W Forum 900w 32A PSU blew fuse on 2 x 280x's. Checked single rail but still.. Forum Fuse blown, Pc won't start, is it just my PSU or more? Forum PSU Blew, Replaced It, Won't Restart. Mobo Dead? Forum SolvedCan i replace my Pc sata controller to get my dead ssd to work again? Forum Which fuse goes in a 300 watt PSU Forum Replaced 5a smd fuse in laptop Forum SolvedPSU or motherboard dead? Forum SolvedReplace a dead HDD in Raid Forum SolvedPSU or MOBO dead? Forum SolvedHow to replace dead RAID card after using one hard drive while waiting for replacement? (RAID-1) Forum Logitech Z560 still silent after replacing blown fuse Forum SolvedLarge dead spots in laptop display -- do I just need to replace the screen? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !