Advertisements Hi all, I have a Series 2 TCD24004A unit, with a failed power supply. It was getting stuck at the Powering Up screen. Swapped the drive, tried different disk images, etc, it still would not boot. Finally borrowed & installed the power supply from my Series 2 TCD540040, and it boots. I do have a Humax DRT400F (with DVD burner) Series 2 that's not being used. Its power supply is a different shape, and would not fit with the cover installed on the TCD24004A. But it does still have a 20-pin ribbon cable to send power to the motherboard, etc. Could I use this power supply short-term, until I can get the proper replacement? I will have to leave the cover off. Are the Series 2 power supplies all electrically compatible, just with different physical layouts? I don't expect that power supply capacity would be an issue. I only have 1 hard drive installed. I don't want to fry my Lifetime-equipped TCD24004A, of course, by using a power supply that will damage it. Only considering this if it's definitely a safe approach. Thank you for any info.