Henk Fsteidler: Firstly, how do you determine if it is the secondary output that is short circuit? How do you know if the primary (mains) input has been overloaded or suffered a surge and that the transformer has not gone open circuit? This video displays "cowboy skillsets",guesswork and some luck. You really do not know what the fault is and breaking the casing welded seal isn't going to improve your situation. If the case was meant to be opened, it wouldn't have been welded.These are a non-serviceable item so don't risk being electrocuted.
T Rezv: тупая, криворукая свинья...
ERNEST RAFAŁ: This all is real true. Thanks from Poland. My Dell AC Adapter is working now. I have the same problem and I fixed it. Now I have money for me, not for buy new AC Adapter. I thank you. You are the best!!!
Vaolinea: i missing so much phase of opening adaptor in this vid
cartola48: this is pure gold
Ben Pope: People always just buy new instead of fixing even the easiest of fixes. Some do not know that all things are built to only last a few years. one of the first light bulbs built still works. Would be hard to keep a factory in business that only sells a item to everyone once and then never again. So SO many electronics now have a easy simple point of failure designed to only last a few years now. There are fuses inside most electronics now. It can be extremely well hidden but that should be the first thing to open up and look for. This does not apply to this problem just in general. This power supply snaps apart but has inner workings surounded by tape glue and metal that looks like it just surrounds the insides but also attaches to the circuit board but mine is broken and i cant rule out a broken fuse inside somewhere. The next problem is even if there was this is a 19 volt power supply and most likely has a specially made fuse that is not available for purchase and cant be substituted with the strongest ones you can buy. I was going to fix a microwave that everything worked but it being able to heat food. All lights, turntable, everything. There was a big fuse that let a huge amount of power through before breaking. I couldnt find it online or at any brick and mortar store.
Blahblox Gyuanox: This is kid,it just broke the case and see a broken cable !.Noob.Waste of time,this is melt again,you must solder new cable or cut the existing.
Juan Cano: This guy is doing several things wrong. I'm not an electrician but I wouldn't follow his technique step by step. Yeah the issue is the short because the cables insulation is compromised. The problem is the safety in the steps. Firs he should wear gloves to prevent getting electrocuted, second every time he pulls the plug he should be doing so from the wall, third he broke the a/c adapter, fourth and final thing come on that not electrical tape he is using for insulating the wires he is using the office kind of tape that is a fire hazard my friends. USE THE RIGHT ELECTRICAL TAPE.
nathan jeremiah: Mine's beeps and dos'nt charge should i by a new adapter or fix it
Cory Burnett: Thanks, help me find the problem, however I will be using solder and heat shrink on mine.
Mijc Osis: Software guys - sigh. If a supply has a sufficiently high internal impedance then no matter what its supply voltage it will not be capable of delivering a lethal current (although of course terminal voltage will drop immediately any current is drawn). Also if there is an insufficient amount of charge (coulombs) to deliver a sustained flow whole there is sufficient current (coulombs per second) it will not have sufficient duration to harm you - as in the case of static shock (thousands of volts).
Mijc Osis: Wow - new epic realms of dodgy have been reached with this 'repair' also quite possibly the slowest thing I have EVER watched. Do you even HAVE a voice?
French4Assassin: You can not have an electrical current if there is no voltage, so yes voltage does determine danger. I would love to see you to grab a wire with 200 volts going through it and see how well you survive that. You are a troll. I am a robot programmer that programs welding robots, I know what I am talking about. 1000 volts wont even just kill you it will "fry" your body from the inside out.
kickitup2006xc1: Voltage doesn't determine the danger..
I've been shocked by 10, 15, and even 20k volts.
The current is what kills you. Those capacitors can still hit you with a lethal shock, not likely, but possible if you have any heart problems.
GarateBlogs: Thanks :DDD
DarkStar1O9: My power adapter's barely working at the moment, was beeping earlier but eventually got it to spark while watching this video, haven't had to crack it open yet, already spent so much money on new ones (3) xP
whatusayIam: thank you for this. sorry for the sh*t talking lames you know how the matrix effects people.lmfao
grosslyclever: why didn't you just talk. You clearly had the microphone on. -_-
Henk Fsteidler: Firstly, how do you determine if it is the secondary output that is short circuit? How do you know if the primary (mains) input has been overloaded or suffered a surge and that the transformer has not gone open circuit? This video displays "cowboy skillsets",guesswork and some luck. You really do not know what the fault is and breaking the casing welded seal isn't going to improve your situation. If the case was meant to be opened, it wouldn't have been welded.These are a non-serviceable item so don't risk being electrocuted. rob townsend: well no not really. I did have the rear steer working, but I was using servo's that were too weak. so I scraped the plan before it got to video. this steering linkage worked, but if I were to use it again I would use a 1/5th scale servo. Gökhan Çiğdem: Hyperthreading better off incredible. Where can I turn? Andres Cabral: nice Dude Focus: Does i have any sense to upgrade from intel i3-2100 to this pentium G3258 ? Skkf Szpakiewicz: ty muwisz jak czak Malkion009: love the the game. But what it sucks is not multiplayer.