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    Power Supply replacement for a Neo 25 cab?

    Greetings!

    Recently obtained two Neo 25 cabs, and I need a replacement PSU for them. I've seen links to a Twisted Quarter one, however since I'm unable to see detailed images of the replacement PSU's connectors, I can't confirm if the PSU is compatible. From some blurry images I've found online, it doesn't seem to be the case.

    This was the PSU that was recommended, but doesn't seem compatible:

    http://www.twistedquarter.com/index....roducts_id=232

    I've included an image of the current PSU with the connectors that attach to them, such as for the marquee florescent light, the cable to the Jamma like cables (labeled DC out), etc.

    I pondered refurbishing the old power supply, but do not know if it's cost effective.

    Any help would be great. Thanks in advance!
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    Have you tried recapping the psu? I had two that were incapable of running multicarts until they were recapped.

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    I pondered that as well, but started thinking if it was worth it or if it to replace them (they all look great and no leakage) and if it was cost effective.

    I would love to find a compatible PSU, like the Suzo Happ one, that I can use even if I have to wire the pins seperately.

    Ah, and I just noticed that there is a rotted trace on the PCB of the PSU, so that is also a concern. I can repair that, but don't know if it's wise to do so.

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    It's a cheap recap if you do the work yourself. The caps on my power supplies looked fine until I removed and they were leaking underneath. You can also tell by the smell. Leaking caps have a tinge of dead fish smell. If you want to with a 3rd party power supply, pretty much any arcade psu will work as long you reconnect the appropriate lines. There is no direct replacement plug and play psu you can use for that cab.

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    Hi everyone!

    So I decided on the 200W Suzo Happ PSU, model Part # 80-0002-10:

    https://na.suzohapp.com/products/pow...ies/80-0002-10

    Since I have to connect the wires manually (as the connector differs), I was wondering what is the correct molex make pin to insert in the slots, as I need to crimp existing wires unto this PSU.

    Also, which PSU would be best for my 4-Slot MVS? The Happ above (the 200w one) or one of these?

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Happ-15-AMP...53.m1438.l2649

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Switching-P...53.m1438.l2649

    I only intend to connect the 4-Slot MVS using the jamma-like cable and nothing else to the PSU. Well, I also plan on temporarily substituting the the CFL assembly with 5V or 12V white LEDs so I need to connect those to the PSU as well. The monitor will be connected separately.

    Thanks everyone!
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