Question about Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop
Computer won't turn on. Have checked cords, power source and all is OK. Pulled plugs from outlet, waited 60 seconds and tried again. Nothing works. No power
Had a similar problem, If PSU light is on and still no power its most likely the PSU is gone. More specific the main plug wiring to the system board.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
If therte is a switch on the back of your pc on the power supply check to maske sure it is switched on. if that all checks out try directly connecting the cable to the wall socket if your arnt already doing that. if that doesnt workout check to see of your surge protector if you have one and see if the switch is on. if all those options fail you are going to have to go into the pc case. check the cpu power cables. they are a 4 pin connector in a square shape usually and placed next to a big fan wit a heat sink on the mother board. give that a riggle and push to make sure it is connected. plug the power back in and see if it works. if the problem still isnt solved you can if you know how too check your power button connection on the motherboard and give it a little riggle. if that all still fails then i think your power supply is no good.
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Either the power source has issues or the power jack on printer has gone bad or printer's main board has issues.
Verify that the electrical connections and outlet are functioning:-
Unplug the power cable or power module from the electrical outlet.Unplug the power cable or power module cable from any power strips or surge suppressors.If the product uses a power module with a detachable power cord, unplug the cord from the power module, and then plug it back into the power module.Unplug the power cable or power module from the back of the product.Wait at least 30 seconds, and then plug in the power cable or power module into the electrical outlet.Plug the power cable or power module back into the product.Turn the product on.
If this doesnt help, take the printer to another room and plug it in another power source.
If this doesnt help, use a multimeter to check if adapter is giving out right voltage.
If adapter and power source are fine, then your printer has a hardware issue and needs to be repaired by Canon.
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