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ATX 350W Switching power supply doesn't power-up but emits a low buzzing sound. HELP!!!

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Replace it.

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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I getting loud annoying sounds from my CODEGEN ATX2 switching power supply I think its the fan should i replace the power supply and is it affordable to have it done?


Yes you should replace the power supply and you can do it yourself go to the back of the tower and at the top you will be able to see the power supply it is held in with 3 to 4 screws open the side panel and unplug all the wires that go from the power supply to the different components of the computer
then unscrew the power supply from the back of the tower and lift it out you will need to get a ATX
P4 power supply you can get the best price at new Egg ,or Amazon .com the prices very in price from 30.00 to a Hundred or more

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Enhance Technology ENH-0135A xa 350W Power Supply what power supply would be compatible?


This is just a normal ATX power supply.
ANY ATX power supply rated at 350W (Watts) or more will work fine.

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I have presently a atx 350w power supply would yours solve my supply problem


If your ATX switch mode power supply is faulty then I suggest you replace it with a new one that is 350 watt or higher wattage.
Fixing faulty ATX power supplies is not a DIY project, there are dangerous voltages in these power supplies and can cause death or serious injuries.

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My Codegen Switching Power Supply 350W Model 300Xi is smoking when I turn on my PC, a big cloud of white smoke when I turned it off.


There's obviously something wrong in the supply, but it's not worth trying to repair. Replacement cost of computer power supplies is so low that there's no reason not to just throw it away and install a new supply. The time spent in trying to troubleshoot the problem and cost of parts will certainly exceed the price of a new supply.

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Need a new Iso-350


Please clarify? tennis rocket? industrial standard? switching power supply? safety glass panel? all of these are ISO-350...

I assume that you need new computer power supply, as this is just standard 350W switching power supply, this can be repalced by virtually any availbale on the market power supply as long as it is of same or greater value. Nobody is actually manufacturing 350W power supply, I would suggest any available computer power supply will do fine to replace that one.

Size of the power supply is standard, therefore it is irrelevant how many watt is your output as long as it is greater than 350W.

You can find abundance of 400W power supplies on e-bay in price from $0.99 + postage. Your local computer store will have them in stock, if you have access to second-hand computer, you can remove power from it and replace as well.

Hope this help solve your problem.

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Need fan for Okia 350 ATX


its the bearings in the fan starting to pack up, best way is to stop the fan spinning when its on with a small pencil and this should re- align the bearings in the fan and stop the noise, you will need a new powersupply the fan is on the way out, just a temp. fix for you to stop the irritating noise

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My Codegen Switching Power Supply 350W Model 300Xi Atx2 o3 (P4) is smoking when I turn on my PC


Using 115 volt or 208 volt switch?Found on back of supply
Is the fan clog with dirt and is it turning?

Check your wiring as some supplys can be wired for 115 volt or 208 volt.you want 115 volt.

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Power supply packed i n


Yes, you can safely put in equal or higher. Just make sure it is an ATX and that it is P4 compatible. Most new ones all meet to those specs. Higher is actually better. I would go with a 400w or higher.

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Upgrade for Bestec ATX-1956D (HP p/n: 0950-4106)


How about the LC Power LC350M Micro ATX - 380 Watt

or the 

Logisys 350W Micro ATX

They should fit your form factor and output as much as 350W being relatively cheap, but neither gets 18 amps on 12V rail...
I think no power supply of that size has an output like that...think about a cheap but substancial chassis upgrade if you need that power...Have a look at directron for the PSUs.

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