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Power Source Monitor

I have found that my power source has gone out.  Where can I find one?

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Re: Power Source Monitor


You can get another power supply at any of the computer retail stores for $40-$50. Pls take you comp's power source to the store as they come in different sizes and not all fit your comp.

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