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Emachine not turning off.


While shutting down, the monitor goes blank but the e-machines power stays on and the fan continues to run. The power switch makes a clicking noise when I press it to shut it off or when I turn it on. Now it won't turn on. If the power switch is bad, how do I check it. If it's bad, where can I purchase a new switch.

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You can checkit by unhooking it on the inside from the mobo panal just remember where it ogoes back take a small flat head and cross the two prongs it comes of off then shut it down if it works look on ebay for a complete front panel with switch or order from emachines.

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