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Disconnect the ATX main connector, bridge (with a wire clip) the green wire and any black (negative) wire, this should allow you to power up the PSU... now take a digital multimeter and measure the voltages on the 3.3v (orange), 5.0v (red) & 12v (yellow) lines, you will need to place the negative lead off the DMM on any black (negative) wire to achieve this...
If your PSU is off specification ie. more than 5% variance this IS your issue.
FWIW Don't waste your money on another Bestec PSU
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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