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Powerspec PC 7114, will not powerup by pressing the on button on front of unit?

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  • john721 Mar 09, 2009

    Thanks RSBennett, I have checked the usual suspects, I have found the issue, the start switch was bad. I called Micro Center and was told over the phone that those switches are available on the shelf. When I arrived, no one could help me with that, even the good salespersons. Ended up buy a new case fro $25. Just traded the front panel and all is well.

    Thanks for the assistance!

  • GrounXer0 May 10, 2009

    i have the same problem. i replace the power buttons and it workig for a while then it started again, so i replaced the power supply, worked great for a week and it started doing it again. i think it is a motherbod problem and not a power supply or button problem

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    RSBennett May 11, 2010

    Have you checked the power cord?
    If plugged into a power strip or surge protector, have you checked the power/reset switch there and verified that everything is plugged in correctly?
    Try plugging the PC into another power outlet and see if you get a different result.

    Hope this helps.



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Do you have a toggle switch on the power supply at the back of the unit? You may have inadvertently turned it off, try toggling it in the other direction.
If that does not work, you may have a dead powersupply or even a dead connection to your on/off button on thee front of the case.

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Power spec 6342

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I have a 30" Powerspec LCD TV and am having trouble adjusting the color. Built by Tatung? Help


I am am having a lot of trouble finding good setting for your TV or a similar model made by the same company. I got a few things to ask. Do you have any pixar dvd's or blu-ray's? some DVD's have a easy calibration guide right in the disk that works well enough to get a decent picture. There are even several games out there with them.

I did get a little info that may help. You can do a full factory reset by doing the following:

1. Turn the PowerSpec LCD TV/Monitor OFF with the Power button on the top of the unit.
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3. Your PowerSpec LCD TV/Monitor will now be returned to the factory default settings.

This can help if you get the setting out of wack. Send me a message if you have any of the calibration items. There is also several disks you can pay for such as:

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Monster calibration wizard is another.

There are several more but the only I can recommend Digital Video Essentials

Send me a message and let me know if you have any of these items.

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if after pressing the reset button on the unit for 20+ seconds and still no light to where your PC is connected, you may need to cosult Linksys for its warranty (replacement) because there is a clear issue with one of the LAN port of the unit.

here is their toll free tech support number


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