Question about E-Machines T2792 PC Desktop
It sounds to me like your power unit inside the tower smoked. If you have the time and patience, replacing the power unit isn't to difficult to accomplish. You need to go to your computers manufacture online and download instructions via e-mail. There might have been a power overload that caused it to go. You can also remove all connections and take the whole tower to a repair shop to be tested. Usually $25.00 or less to verify problem. Hope it works.
Posted on Jan 30, 2007
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