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Item: QNAP TS-859 Pro +
Price Range: Free
Item Condition: Used
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Purchased in 2012. 1Gb RAM and Atom processor.

 

Suspect high voltages in my place have caused motherboard failure: the unit will beep at post, fans will spin, but the unit will not boot. Could be a PSU failure, but I'm not prepared to spend the money to find out as I am going to rackmount options in the future. I was using this a backup of my main server.

 

Not sure if this can be repaired +/- recycled in some way?

 

Have original packaging and can post at 'buyers' expense, but would prefer someone who could pickup.

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Try a step down from Tortech 240v to 220v these effectively knock off 10 to 12 percent of the voltages . I had the same problem when I lived directly beside a Transformer in the street , even though everyone in the street complained wasn't until they changed the meters the guy noted 264 volts . I sold my big Sherbourn 7/2100 amp for my surround sound cause it couldn't handle it . Best of luck 

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Dont worry . I see you're in Sydney. You cant see that info when using the phone but at home I can.

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3 hours ago, DEANO23 said:

Try a step down from Tortech 240v to 220v these effectively knock off 10 to 12 percent of the voltages . I had the same problem when I lived directly beside a Transformer in the street , even though everyone in the street complained wasn't until they changed the meters the guy noted 264 volts . I sold my big Sherbourn 7/2100 amp for my surround sound cause it couldn't handle it . Best of luck 

Yes mate and they're hard things to figure out because the failures present in different ways.

 

My main system and server rack are conditioned, but my study isn't - that's about to change. Have had lots of weird failures that were difficult to pinpoint: the internet was slow in the pm, because the switch was dying. Strange reboots and drop outs, usually mid afternoon too.

 

Then an old PC and then this server both died in middle of the afternoon when I hooked them up in this week on consecutive days.

 

Not sure why voltages are so high mid-afternoon? Solar feed in?

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