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If your country uses 240V mains then flicking the switch to 115V bypassed a voltage divider and probably blew the fuse in the power supply. If you are comfortable working with mains voltage, you can pop the PSU open and check the fuse. If it's blown then just get another one with the EXACT same ratings and you should be up and running again.
If it's not the fuse then you have bigger problems and it's time to replace the PSU. Any PSU should work as long as the wattage is the same as the original or higher.
Also, you could call Lenovo to see if the PC is under warranty. If so, the PSU is probably a user replaceable part, meaning they will send you a new one to put in and you just send the old one back.
Posted on Jul 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is an easy one, Purchase a new suitable PSU, probably from Dell, You will find a set of 4 screws at rear of machine, in line with PSU, undo these 4 screws. Unplug the plugs from all the connections, MotherBoard, DVD, Hard Drive etc etc. Then simply do the reverse procedure.. carefully reassemble..
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
Try this troubleshooting guide it has worked for me in the past 99% of the time http://arstechnica.com/guides/tweaks/troubleshooting.ars
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
dont u dare ever use 220 line on thes eon usa power u blow it ever time u turn it on at 220 v dont u dare do that not no reset switch erther u must now buy new power supllly ok
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
SOURCE: HP D530 SFF desktop
it is depend up on the power supply connector and it will give the output according to the smps you can do one thing try with installing other fan and see is it in perfect rotation. bye
Posted on Oct 09, 2007
Remove the power supply after everything is unplugged and take it to your nearest electronics store. They should have a tester there. This is probably the problem.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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