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 [{{ tgps_3.jpg?​direct&​300 |Figure 3: Location on Back panel screws on a TG-16 controller}}] [{{ tgps_3.jpg?​direct&​300 |Figure 3: Location on Back panel screws on a TG-16 controller}}]
  
-Once the screws are removed. You will be able to pull out the back panel to gain access to the power supply . Care not to pull it out too much, as it may result in other connectors getting unplugged. ​+Once the screws are removed ​you will be able to pull out the back panel to gain access to the power supply. ​Take care not to pull it out too much, as it may result in other connectors getting unplugged. ​
  
 [{{ tgps_4.jpg?​direct&​300 |Figure 4: Pull out the back panel to access the power supply.}}] ​ [{{ tgps_4.jpg?​direct&​300 |Figure 4: Pull out the back panel to access the power supply.}}] ​
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 [{{ tgps_5.jpg?​direct&​300 |Figure 5: Unplug the  Power supply connector}}] [{{ tgps_5.jpg?​direct&​300 |Figure 5: Unplug the  Power supply connector}}]
    
-Now unplug the power supply connector, and remove the two screws (location shown in pictures below) to remove the power supply from the back panel. ​+Next unplug the white power supply connector.   The next step is to remove the power supply board from the case.  There are two methods. ​ The easiest is to remove the two screws (location shown in pictures below) to remove the power supply from the back panel. ​However, in some systems the screws may be glued in place. ​ If the screws don't easily release, unscrew the 4/40 nuts on the front side of the power supply board taking care not to loose the washers.  ​
  
 [{{ tgps_6.jpg?​direct&​300 |Figure 6: Location of Screws that hold power supply on Back panel in a TG-8 controller}}] ​ [{{ tgps_6.jpg?​direct&​300 |Figure 6: Location of Screws that hold power supply on Back panel in a TG-8 controller}}] ​
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 [{{ tgps_7.jpg?​direct&​300 |Figure 7: Location of Screws that hold power supply on Back panel in a TG-16 controller}}] [{{ tgps_7.jpg?​direct&​300 |Figure 7: Location of Screws that hold power supply on Back panel in a TG-16 controller}}]
  
-Now put the replacement power supply in place on the old power supply. ​Mount it on the back panel with two screws. ​Put the connector back in. Push the back panel into place and screw the 6 schroff case screws back in. +Now put the replacement power supply in place on the old power supply. ​ ​Remount ​it on the back panel with two screws, or if you removed the nuts instead then replace themPush the white connector back in. Push the back panel into place and screw the 6 schroff case screws back in. 
  
 Power it up and see if it worked. ​ Power it up and see if it worked. ​
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