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My emachine fan stopped spinning along with a number of other problems such as no power to the board, etc... PLEASE HELP!!

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    redz38 Sep 17, 2008

    I changed the psu and replaced the heat sync unit and everything turned out fine. Big help!!

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Change the PSU!

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