Question about Compaq Presario 2200 (292600-004) PC Desktop
It's always been a basic practice now adays to just replace power supplies for PC's there is no use fixing them, its not cost effective. So in the technical documentation for that particular model it should state the specific type of PS that your pc takes. Purchase it and drop it in.
Posted on Feb 21, 2007
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Could be the power supply. I would go to an electronics store or computer store and buy a cheap ($10.00) power supply tester. Unplug the main power supply connector and plug it into the tester. If none or only some of the tester LED's light the power supply is bad. If so you have two options; 1) remove the power supply and open it up. Look for a fuse, which could have been cold and cracked causing the filament to burn open. If you do not want to buy a power supply tester you could go directly to check the power supply fuse. 2) Replace the power supply is your second option.
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