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TAKE THE OLD ONE OUT OF THE MACHINE, UNPLUG ALL CONNECTOR AND LABEL THEM EACH. TAKE IT TO ANY COMPUTER STORE THEY SHOULD BE ABLE TO HELP YOU
IT IS 4 SCREWS PHILLIPS TYPE, POWER SWITCH
BUT THE MIN. POWER SUPPLY SHOULD BE AT LEAST 250WATTS
AND HIGHER IF YOU ARE GAMER, GRAPHICS NUT, ALOT OFF
EXTRA GEAR,

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Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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http://www.cputopia.com/hp-400w-dell-optiplex-gx280-mini-tower.html

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I jus left my computer optiplex gx260 on and when


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Here's the bad news.
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The good news is, Dell makes many more computers for you to choose from and purchase, and the capacitor problem has been resolved.

Yeah. I know.

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