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Pc wont stard

Hello every one My computer is packard bell Imedia 1459 I was playing games on it suddenly the screen went off but the power was still on, I tried to shot it down and restard but I couldn't do anything and now the power light comes on about not longer then 1 second and that is all what could be the reason, that model used fsp250-60gen PSU but I couldn't find them what could be the problem? Power supply or something diffirent pleasse any help me.

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Yes that problem is because of momentarily absence of power draw the power supply outside and take the power on self test short green and black wires see fan is rotating or not. if rotating then power supply is ok if not then replace it from your vender

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