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May 12th, 2012, 05:46
Originally Posted by Gorath View Post
I talked to our admin at work. He also suspected it's the PSU, because nothing connected to the 12V line reacts at all.
Did he know about the power controller that tells the PSU when to power on and off? With a multimeter (ie from Wal-Mart, any big box hardware store and even $5 from Harbor Feight) and one full minute of labor. Then those 3 digit numbers mean a next reply can say what is failed, how to fix it the first time, and sometimes why and what actually failed.

Two choices. Just start replacing good parts until something works. (Most people do shotgunning.) Or use a meter to fix it faster, with less money, and also learn from the experience. Your choice.
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