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No power output from powersupply.

The fuse is good.there was a fair amount of dust around the fan i wondered if maybe a part overheated.I don,t see or smell any burned parts.one part a power transistor i think in the back of the pcb it has no heatsink,it appears to be discolored from heat maybe.I have a Fluke 189 dmm so testing shoudn,t be a problem if i can get steered in the right direction.Thank you.

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Power supplies are not meant to be repaired, as you can easily hurt yourself since the capacitors hold charge. If the fuse is good, and you reset the power supply by unplugging it and then plugging it back in and it still will not provide power, trash it.

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