Make Your Power Supply to Fit in a Full Power Strip

usually when your power strip is full
u cant add a lot of power supply so this will help u

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Step 1: Tools U Will Need

Step 2: Get the Head Off

start by removing the head using a saw

Step 3: Clean Things

first clean the table then remove the heat-shrink tubing

Step 4: Make the Holes

u need to make 2 holes at the front of power supply use your solder or a drill

Step 5: Connecting the Head

put 2 short wires in the holes you just made and solder the wires in the head connectes

Step 6: Hot Glue

fill the head with hot glue and place that as u see in the photo

Step 7: Finish the Connection

connect the wires with the transformer inside the power supply and secure them with hot glue

Step 8:

find a pease of plastic and cover the hole don't forget to add hot glue

Step 9: Finish

all done now

Step 10: One More Step

u can use this to repair other power supply heads

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    amberrayh

    4 years ago on Introduction

    That's cool that you can hack that plug. Thanks for sharing! I hope we see more from you on Instructables in the future!

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    eurgeliamberrayh

    Reply 4 years ago

    thank you. I'm making some projects so stay tune. ?