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iBook power supply pinouts?

Message #1 - Posted 2004/07/05 - Mr. Phil

I'm trying to repair a friends iBook and I suspect that the power supply is shot. It's a white square supply and the end looks like an 1/8" 3-conductor male plug with an RCA type shield around it. (Why must Apple do things like that). Does anyone have the pinouts for this thing so I can test the voltages. Here are some numbers on the supply if it will help:

Printed on a barcode on the side:
611-0192
and another
EH149VLVL66

Its 24 volts @ 1.875 amps. Any help would be appreciated.

-Phil

Message #2 - Posted 2004/07/05 - Michael Black

"Mr. Phil" (admin@demanufacturing.com) writes:

I'm trying to repair a friends iBook and I suspect that the power supply is shot. It's a white square supply and the end looks like an 1/8" 3-conductor male plug with an RCA type shield around it. (Why must Apple do things like that). Does anyone have the pinouts for this thing so I can test the voltages. Here are some numbers on the supply if it will help:

Printed on a barcode on the side:
611-0192
and another
EH149VLVL66

Its 24 volts @ 1.875 amps. Any help would be appreciated.

-Phil

Go to http://groups.google.com and use "ibook yoyo ac adapter again" and you'll find a thread from March. Someone points to a page, http://members.aol.com/simpletxt/repair.html about repairing the wiring, and there's a post of mine in that thread about using a standard connector.

Michael

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