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I am using ups of 600va from zebronics(model : ZEB-U700), my ups is not turned on when i plugged it to the power card.when i opened it, i found a resister and a diode in the input area was burned out i replaced it and now the ups is getting on but i get power in both the terminals of plug point at the back of ups help me
Check the way you soldered the register and diode are of same value..and see to that it is soldered in a proper manner
Posted on Nov 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thank for the detail, it really helps...
Most people forget about the power supply. If the power supply overheats, it will shutdown. When shutdown, it will cool off then operate again.
A power supply goes by WATT ratings, the average size power supply is now 450 watts for an average system and should cost around $60.
good luck and don't forget to vote.
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
SOURCE: HP Pavilion will not power up
Yes pwer in entering since the LED lights up but most probably your SMPS orpower supply has fried due to a voltage surge. Try replacing the Power supply unit and see if there is any difference(use a working SMPS for trial and if this works, you have the solution...........sodeep
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: replace power switch
No, The Green wire or wires are ground and go directly or in-directly to the frame or casing.
The White and Black are your two outside leads.
One is neutral and the other is hot.
If you run the green wire to either of these two leads, you will have a major problem..
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
SOURCE: bought a PCI-E graphics card
some PCI-E cards require a special 6 pin power adapter, be sure that yours is connected if it is required.
I know that some PCI-e cards also require lots of power, if you are using a power supply less than 300 watts, your system may not be able to handle it.
also, check your BIOS settings. Your PC may still be trying to start off the on board video rather than the new PCI-E card.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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