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Power Supplies

On Mon, 17 Jun 2002, Jerry Feldman wrote:

> I may also go to the show. My daughter's PC just went TU. It's a 400Mhz 
> PII. I think it may be the CPU. I pulled all the boards, reseated the CPU. 
> I'll probably get a spare power supply since my wife's old system has a 
> power supply with a dead fan.


Despite the warnings labels, it is not difficult to replace the
fan in an AT or ATX power supply.  There may be a charge in the
capacitors in the power supply.  

Can you check a ATX power supply with a multi-meter, out side of a case.
I.E. how do you turn it on?

rob                     Live the dream.

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