Not if it was the same unit. If there’s something wrong with it, and they just fixed the power supply (according to his previous posts), maybe something caused the new power supply to fail too.
I had the same thing happen to me with PS2. They kept trying to send me the same one back, and it wasn’t fixed yet. And then they sent me a different used (refurbed) unit back which had new problems that they then kept taking back and trying to fixed, and then they finally sent me a 3rd refurbed PS2 that finally worked, but that had other problems develop outside the warranty period that I lived with.
And the PS3 I had, the fixed for the yellow light of death, but it was the same unit, and then it failed again outside of a year of fixing.
(My point is, if there’s a unit that has something wrong with it. They can fix it, but in my experience it breaks again).