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Thread: Microchip Power Bricks
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William Bross wrote:
> At 11:52 PM 01/30/2001 +1100, you wrote:
> I have had a number of their PSUs go bad over the years -- 2 of the big old
> switchers on my Picmaster and 3 of the small PSUs on my Promate and
> Picstart+.  I normally just call my Microchip FAE and I get a new one in a
> couple of days.  You can also fill out the service request on their website
> at:
> http://www.microchip.com/10/tools/support/service/index.htm

Sounds like a case of "release a disfunctional product
and just replace the failures"... I could never do that!
It would irk me severely that my name was on a crap
product that is not reliable! Just lucky they fail in
a way that doesn't (usually) destroy the Picmaster...

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