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===== Checking for 5V standby: ===== The connector for 5V is a small, white or beige 4 pin connector at one corner of the power supply's board. It has a ground ('GND') pin, a 5V output ('5VSB' ), and an 'ACIN_DET' and an 'ACDC_STBY' pin. To check for 5v, remove the power supply from your console, and plug it into a wall receptacle. Measure between the 5v and GND pins, and the 'ACDC_DET' and GND pins. There should be about 5V present on both when the supply is plugged in. The pinout of the connector may vary between models. Search for an image of your particular model's main board for the pinout (model numbers are moulded into the power supply shell).
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