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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMuc2009 View Post
    I think Craig may have removed the insulation sheet. To be honest, it's probably not a good idea. It's the only thing between the high-voltage rails and the metal case, besides a little bit of air gap.
    No I didn't remove that, they must have added that after the initial run of them. Does it run all the way front to back? Is it just glued down?

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    Sorry Craig, didn't want to blame anybody. It's all the more interesting that Slimdevices put the sheet in later.
    It's a really thick plastic sheet which is partly glued down with adhesive strips. Quite pesky, too, as it is bent upwards on the right flank to cover the sides of the PCBs also, but the material is so springy that it pushes firmly outwards which makes it a real pain in the butt to put the top lid back on. Bending it the opposite direction to make reassembly easier causes it to rupture, probably needs some warming up before any attempt to bend it.
    Anyway, if yours is working as it should, there is probably no need to do anything about it. Are you the first owner of this Transporter?


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    Interesting, I did actually consider putting some insulation under my new psu but figured that if it was going to short then it would short on the mounting posts anyway.

    Yes I'm the original owner and I don't think it's ever been opened previously.

    I ordered it directly from Slim Devices when they were first announced and they shipped it to me in the UK so it must be one of the oldest ones around.

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    The later units are UL approved. I guess that's why some changes were made.

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