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power supplies issues

power supplies issues
most often if your computer will not power on the most common thing that went out is the power supplies. assuming you plugged it in right and the computer dose not power on and you make sure the voltage switch in the back of the psu is set to 120 then you have to replace your psu. the good thing is they don't cost much from low end to a higher end psu will set you back $30-$75.

Thanks to share this nice info...
Yes i happy to read your post...
The PC power supply is probably the most failure-prone item in a personal computer. It heats and cools each time it is used and receives the first in-rush of AC current when the PC is switched on. Typically, a stalled cooling fan is a predictor of a power supply failure due to subsequent overheated components. All devices in a PC receive their DC power via the power supply

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