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PlayStation 3 Power Supply Replacement

  • Use the tip of a spudger to remove the black rubber screw cover from the side of the PS3.The screw cover may be underneath a warranty sticker. This sticker will change appearance, and show "VOID" after it has been removed.
    • Use the tip of a spudger to remove the black rubber screw cover from the side of the PS3.

    • The screw cover may be underneath a warranty sticker. This sticker will change appearance, and show "VOID" after it has been removed.

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  • Remove the single 8.5 mm T10 Security Torx screw from the smart plate.
    • Remove the single 8.5 mm T10 Security Torx screw from the smart plate.

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  • Be sure to keep track of the small metal bracket loosely held in the top cover, if equipped.
    • Be sure to keep track of the small metal bracket loosely held in the top cover, if equipped.

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  • Remove the following seven screws:
    • Remove the following seven screws:

    • Six 52 mm Phillips screws

    • One 30 mm Phillips screw

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  • Lift the top cover from its rear edge and rotate it toward the front of the PS3.
    • Lift the top cover from its rear edge and rotate it toward the front of the PS3.

    • Remove the top cover.

    • There is a plastic hook located in a hole on the top back right hand side corner. Carefully push the plastic hook a bit front the rear of the machine with a spudger to release the rear right of the casing.

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  • Lift the memory card reader out of the PS3 enough to access its cable.Flip up the retaining flap on the memory card reader ribbon cable socket.
    • Lift the memory card reader out of the PS3 enough to access its cable.

    • Flip up the retaining flap on the memory card reader ribbon cable socket.

    • Be sure you are prying up on the retaining flap, not the socket itself.

    • Pull the ribbon cable out of its socket.

    • Remove the memory card reader from the PS3.

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  • Pull the DC-In cables toward the front of the PS3 to disconnect them from the power supply.
    • Pull the DC-In cables toward the front of the PS3 to disconnect them from the power supply.

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  • Lift the AC-In cables slightly away from the rear cover for clearance to access the AC-In connector.
    • Lift the AC-In cables slightly away from the rear cover for clearance to access the AC-In connector.

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  • While depressing its locking mechanism, pull the AC-In connector out of its socket on the power supply.
    • While depressing its locking mechanism, pull the AC-In connector out of its socket on the power supply.

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  • Remove the five 9 mm Phillips screws securing the power supply to the chassis.
    • Remove the five 9 mm Phillips screws securing the power supply to the chassis.

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  • Lift the power supply upward from its front edge to disconnect it from the posts attached to the logic board.
    • Lift the power supply upward from its front edge to disconnect it from the posts attached to the logic board.

    • Remove the power supply.

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  • Sours: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/PlayStation+3+Power+Supply+Replacement/3483

    PlayStation 3 Slim Power Supply Replacement

  • Turn the PS3 over and lay it on its backside.
    • Turn the PS3 over and lay it on its backside.

    • Carefully peel the warranty sticker up off the lower case to reveal a hidden screw cover.

    • To avoid activating the VOID that may come up, heat the sticker carefully to remove and replace it cleanly.

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  • Use the flat end of a metal spudger to pry up the seven screw covers around the edge of the lower case.Use the flat end of a metal spudger to pry up the seven screw covers around the edge of the lower case.
    • Use the flat end of a metal spudger to pry up the seven screw covers around the edge of the lower case.

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  • Remove the seven 37 mm Phillips screws securing the top cover to the lower case.
    • Remove the seven 37 mm Phillips screws securing the top cover to the lower case.

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  • Remove the four 13.3 mm T8 security Torx screws beneath the Blu-ray drive opening. (Some models may only have three screws)
    • Remove the four 13.3 mm T8 security Torx screws beneath the Blu-ray drive opening. (Some models may only have three screws)

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  • Lift the top cover from its rear edge and rotate it toward the front of the PS3.Lift the top cover off the PS3.
    • Lift the top cover from its rear edge and rotate it toward the front of the PS3.

    • Lift the top cover off the PS3.

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  • Squeeze the AC inlet connector's locking mechanism and pull straight up to disconnect it from the power supply.Squeeze the AC inlet connector's locking mechanism and pull straight up to disconnect it from the power supply.
    • Squeeze the AC inlet connector's locking mechanism and pull straight up to disconnect it from the power supply.

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  • Pull the DC-Out cables straight up to lift their connector up and out of its socket on the power supply.
    • Pull the DC-Out cables straight up to lift their connector up and out of its socket on the power supply.

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  • Remove the two 7.6 mm Phillips screws securing the power supply to the lower case.
    • Remove the two 7.6 mm Phillips screws securing the power supply to the lower case.

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  • Lift the power supply upward from its left edge as viewed from the front of the PS3.
    • Lift the power supply upward from its left edge as viewed from the front of the PS3.

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  • Continue to lift the left edge of the power supply until it lifts off the two metal posts shown in the second picture.Remove the power supply from the PS3, minding any cables that may get caught.
    • Continue to lift the left edge of the power supply until it lifts off the two metal posts shown in the second picture.

    • Remove the power supply from the PS3, minding any cables that may get caught.

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  • Sours: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/PlayStation+3+Slim+Power+Supply+Replacement/3225
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    Power Supply

    All the PS3 models have a built in universal power supply and supports multivoltage (except some PS3 FAT models with power supplies LSEB1226B1, LSEB1254A1 or APS-227 that are rated as 220-240V input, so cant operate with voltages under 220V). What this means is that even though a specific voltage is written on the outside of the PS3, the PS3 can actually be plugged into any voltage anywhere in the world and work (as long as you have the correct cable). Therefore, if you opened up the PS3, the supported voltages should be stated (on the power supply) as 100V-240V, which is the range for all power outlets in the world.

    PSU Model @ SKU compatiblity[edit]

    Retail models[edit]

    • As seen in the table below, the PS3 takes 100V-240V AC (with exception of APS-227, LSEB1226B1 and LSEB1254A1) at various amps (A) from your power socket, and converts this to two DC (Direct Current) voltages of 12V, and 5V (or 5.5V for later PS3 models) at various amps.
    • Watts = Volts * Amps (you are billed for total watts used over time by your local power provider)
    Power Supply UnitPower Supply Internal BoardPowerRatingPS3 model Compatibility
    ModelPart NumberWeightModelPart NumberControl Conn.12V Rail Conn.Input (AC)Output (DC)CumulativeEfficiencyFound inCompatible with
    ZSSR5391A1-474-036-11815gr(1)acdc_stby
    (2)gnd
    (3)gnd
    (4)5vsb
    (5)5vsb
    2x cylindrical plugs
    Length=18 mm
    Diameter=3.5 mm
    Pitch=12mm
    100V-240V 6.0A 50/60Hz5V 3A
    (15W)
    12V 32A
    (384W)
    399W66.5%A, B, EA, B, C, E
    APS-2261-474-037-11770grAPS-226 M100V-240V 4.8-2.0A 50/60Hz83.13%A, B, EA, B, C, E
    APS-2271-474-046-11900grAPS-227 M1-872-990-11220V-240V 2.2A 50/60Hz75.6-82.4%CC
    LSEB1226A11-474-059-11LSJB1226-1100V-240V 4.8-2.2A 50/60Hz12V 31A
    (372W)
    387W70.5-80.6%CC, E
    APS-2311-474-073-11700grAPS-231 M1-874-541-12100V-240V 3.5-1.5A 50/60Hz5V 0.6A
    (3W)
    12V 23.5A
    (282W)
    285W79.2-81.4%GA, B, E, G
    LSEB1226B11-474-074-11700gr220V-240V 1.7-1.6A 50/60Hz74.2-76.2%GA, B, E, G
    LSEB1254A11-474-081-11700gr220V-240V 1.7-1.6A 50/60Hz74.2-76.2%GA, B, E, G
    EADP-300AB1-474-084-11(1)acdc_stby
    (2)gnd
    (3)5vsb
    2x plane plugs
    Length=22 mm
    Width=4.5 mm
    Thickness=1.25 mm
    Pitch=9 mm
    100V-240V 3.6-1.5A 50/60Hz77.7-79.2%HH
    APS-2391-474-087-11APS-239 M1-875-950-11100V-240V 3.5-1.5A 50/60Hz79.2-81.4%H, KH, K
    EADP-260AB1-474-104-11EADP-260AP A2941040002100V-240V 3.3-1.4A 50/60Hz12V 21.5A
    (258W)
    261W79.09%J, KH, K
    APS-2401-474-126-11APS-2401-887-678-22(1)5vsb
    (2)gnd
    (3)acdc_stby
    (4)acin_det
    100V-240V 3.3-1.4A 50/60Hz5.5V 0.9A
    (4.95W)
    12V 21A
    (252W)
    256.95W76.5-77.9%L, M, P, QL, M, P, Q
    EADP-260BB1-474-129-11600grEADP-260BP A2941042404100V-240V 3.3-1.4A 50/60Hz76.5-77.9%
    EADP-220BB1-474-175-11442grEADP-220BP A29410479042x plane plugs
    Length=20 mm
    Width=3.5 mm
    Thickness=1 mm
    Pitch=8 mm
    100V-240V 3.2-1.2A 50/60Hz12V 18A
    (216W)
    220.95W69-76.7%2020, 21, 25
    APS-2501-474-177-xxAPS-250 MB1-879-919-xx100V-240V 2.7-1.2A 50/60Hz76.7-81.8%
    APS-2701-474-216-11384grAPS-270 MB1-881-752-xx100V-240V 2.5-1.1A 50/60Hz12V 16A
    (192W)
    196.95W74.6-78.8%21, 2521, 25 (and20)
    EADP-200DB1-474-217-xx415grEADP-200DP A2941053505100V-240V 2.6-1.0A 50/60Hz75.8-82.1%
    APS-3061-474-339-11APS-306 MB1-884-580-212x plane plugs
    Length=22 mm
    Width=2 mm
    Thickness=0.6 mm
    Pitch=6.75 mm
    100V-240V 2.0-0.9A 50/60Hz12V 13A
    (156W)
    160.95W74.5-80.5%3030
    EADP-185AB1-474-340-11382grEADP-185AP A100V-240V 2.1-0.8A 50/60Hz76.6-83.8%3030
    ADP-160AR1-474-400-11ADP-160AR AA2x plane plugs
    Length=18 mm
    Width=1.6 mm
    Thickness=0.6 mm
    Pitch=7 mm
    100V-240V 2.1-0.8A 50/60Hz76.6-83.8%4040
    APS-3301-490-468-11APS-330 MB1-866-716-11100V-240V 2.0-0.9A 50/60Hz74.5-80.5%4040
    N12-160P1A1-474-548-11100V-240V 2.0-0.9A 50/60Hz74.5-80.5%40

    NonRetail models[edit]

    Power Supply UnitPower Supply Internal BoardPowerRatingPS3 model Compatibility
    ModelPart NumberWeightModelPart NumberConnectorsInput (AC)Output (DC)CumulativeEfficiencyFound inCompatible with
    ZSSR541iB1-474-032-2124p, 22p,100V-240V 9.5-4A 50/60Hz5V(Sub) 1.6A
    (8W)
    3.3V 23A
    (75.9W)
    5V 8.2A
    (41W)
    12V 31.2A
    (374.4W)
    499.3W52.56%DECR-1000A, DECR-1000JDECR-1000A, DECR-1000J
    DECR-1010A, DECR-1010JDECR-1010A, DECR-1010J
    APS-2311-474-073-11700grAPS-231 M1-874-541-122p, 5p100V-240V 3.5-1.5A 50/60Hz12V 23.5A
    (282W)
    5V 0.6A
    (3W)
    285W79.2-81.4%DECR-1400A, DECR-1400JDECR-1400A, DECR-1400J

    Modifications and Repairs[edit]

    Replacing the PSU[edit]

    The earliest batch of PS3 had the ZSSR5391A power supply, which as you can see in the above table draws a lot of amps from your power outlet. You can replace it with newer compatible power supply models that draw less power, and also produce less heat. Less heat means less bending of the motherboard, less cracking of the solder, less fan noise, lower electricity bills, and no "Yellow Light of Death." In fact, for most models of the PS3, you can find a better power supply to replace the original. One of the main compatibility criteria is the number of pins on the power supply. It must match the number of pins on your connector cable. The second criteria is to try to find the highest efficiency model that still satisfies the proper output power that your PS3 is rated for.
    As a general rule all power supplies (not just the ones in PS3s) are most efficient at approximately 50% load, this is why almost all PSU models in the chart are rated for roughly twice what the PS3 draws under full load. EG. A CECHA/B draws approximately 200-220W when under full load using an APS-226, this power draw number is slightly higher when using the original ZSSR PSU which also runs notably warmer due to the fact that it is less efficient and therefore converts more of the energy into waste heat.

    WARNING: if you decide to replace your power supply, you do it at your own risk! If you don't know what you are doing, you may fry your motherboard.

    note: more discussion on the talk page. Talk:Power Supply

    Externalising the PSU[edit]

    This is usefull for tests, repairs, flashing, etc... (as a power source tool used temporally), or permanently with the purpose of reducing heat inside the PS3 case to avoid overheatings

    For a permanent install is highly suggested to purchase plugs and/or sockets that will fit with the PSU and motherboard to create a proper power cable adaptor. Remember that normally inside the console the fan also gave the PSU a slight airflow, so is highly suggested to add a fan also to your externall PSU (although it wont have to run fast, its just to make sure heat does not accumulate).

    The correct thick of the wires needed for the 12v plugs depends of the number of amperes (A) the PSU provides in the 12v rail, if you want to "play safe" the best idea is to exceed this requirement of the thickness of the wires by a lot (consider the full amperes of the 12v rail will travel along this wires, this is not the same case than a PC where the total amperes assigned to the 12v rail are divided in a lot of yellow wires so are thinner than we need for a PS3). As an example, oldest PS3 PSU's with 32A can use AWG10 wires, and newers with 13A can use AWG16 wires, for other intermediate models you can take a look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_wire_gauge#Tables_of_AWG_wire_sizes (the value of the "ampacity" column)

    Please remember the obvious: Check with a multimeter to find which is positive and which is negative! (use a tester in continuity, and meassure wich plug is connected to the border of the PSU board, border is always ground), after identifying it you can use a permanent black pen to mark it to avoid forgiving it

    Also ensure the connections are solid and or have no dry joints when soldering. All of this also applies when extending the white power cable from the PSU to the motherboard.

    If you get the positive/negative the wrong way around the console will have a red standby light but will not power on

    • Twisted wires (the guetto style, no connectors)

    The way this is done is very simple, get a cable with a moderately thick AWG (Same thickness as a 110v/220v power cable) and strip off the shielding. This exposes the positive and negative cables, from here simply strip off the shielding of the two and twist the ends. Appropriately plug the correct positive & negative into the PSU (PSU's always has female connectors, cilindricall in FAT and plane in slim and superslim, is basically a hole where you can plug anything, even a cable without connector) and wrap the other positive & negative end on the poles of the PS3

    • Testing the voltage of a PSU with twisted cables (no connectors)

    • Alligator clips (temporal)

    Alligator clips grabs anything with strengh (and good ones has a plastic cover that covers all the clip after grabbing to avoid shorcuts), are good but should be considered temporal

    • A PSU from a CECH-21xx PS3 externally wired to a CECH-30xx PS3, using an adaptor made with "alligator clips"

    • "Alligator clips" grabbing the original plugs ripped from a PS3 FAT motherboard

    • "Alligator clips" grabbing the original plugs ripped from a PS3 FAT motherboard, connected to a PS3 FAT PSU

    • Banana plugs (permanent for PS3 FAT)

    Perfect for PS3 FAT PSU's, use 4.5 milimeter "banana plug" ones, you can attach them to a wire permanently by using pliers and pressure

    • 4,5 milimeters "banana plug" male terminals (for PS3 FAT PSU's)

    • "Banana plugs" connected to a PS3 FAT PSU

    Adapting other PSU[edit]

    Convert PS3 3pin power supply to 4pin[edit]

    Here is the explanation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pas1oQYaBLI

    PC PSU to PS3 adaptors[edit]

    Pins/Parts[edit]

    CN1[edit]

    AC input

    CN101[edit]

    PSU Control pins

    PS3 Slim PSU connector
    CN101

    CN201[edit]

    PSU Control pins

    CN102[edit]

    12v plugs (faston plane plugs)

    CN202[edit]

    12v plugs (faston plane plugs)

    Fuse[edit]

    F101 (T8AH AC250V) Have opened a LSEB1226B1 power supply and this has a 6.3A 250V fuse just in from the external mains power feed. Elsewhere on the board is PR201, a 5A 250V part.

    RY101[edit]

    Relais for 12V line

    Thermal Fuses[edit]

    THP101, THP201

    Potmeters[edit]

    PFC +B ADJ (RV301)[edit]

    next to relais RY101 connected to 14pin IC303 "LM339DG # PBB636"

    <jordosaxman> RV301 has 3 points, 1 of them goes to the solder point, one goes to the tiny resistor above it labeled 153 <jordosaxman> the third point is buried, no trace points on the top side, must go to the bottom <jordosaxman> yeah it looks like RV301 hits a resistor and then goes to pin 3 of IC303

    OCP ADJ (RV302)[edit]

    Over Current Protection Adjustment (dont mess with this one)
    Connected to 16pin IC305 "6j3y # cxa8038a"

    Fmin ADJ (RV303)[edit]

    next to 16pin IC305 "6j3y # cxa8038a"

    PFC Freq ADJ (RV304)[edit]

    Connected to 16pin IC301 "uc3854dw # 6bm14ew"

    ICs[edit]

    IC301[edit]

    16pin IC301 "uc3854dw # 6bm14ew"

    IC303[edit]

    14pin IC303 "LM339DG # PBB636"

    IC305[edit]

    16pin IC305 "6j3y # cxa8038a"

    PH[edit]

    PH101[edit]

    5vsb reg "NEC"

    PH201[edit]

    5VSB latch "NEC"

    Don't use an external transformer! Use only a passive travelplug, quote from the PS3 manuals:

    Do not connect the AC power cord to a voltage transformer or inverter. Converting the AC power cord to a voltage transformer for overseas travel or use in an autmobile may cause heat to build up in the system and may cause burns or a malfunction.
    Sours: https://www.psdevwiki.com/ps3/Power_Supply

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