Work colleague dropped off some old console stuff for me today (no charge, was just collecting dust at his house) a) Nintendo 64 console with 2 controllers - working b) Playstation 3 - 40gb Model - disc drive is not spinning up disks properly, so will have to tear into it and fix it. But otherwise works, will give it a good clean and repaste. Unfortunately, this model ditched the backwards compatibility for PS2 games, but always good to have a spare PS3 console. c) Games for N64: Mortal Combat 4, Goldeneye 007, Duke Nukem 3D. Cool fun. His request from me was to look at his old blu-ray player that stopped powering on. Seeing the fuse was blown, I decided to focus efforts on it's power supply. So I found the schematics, in another language of course, did a poke around with the multimeter. Noticed one side of the bridge rectifier was shorted, so that explains why it blew it's fuse and wouldn't power on. Made a 7pm run to Jaycar for desoldering braid, new bridge rectifier and new fuses. Had dinner, replaced the bridge rectifier, the fuse, and what would you know, it powered right up and works perfectly.