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HI, this may be as simple as a failed cooling fan or, the power board may be experiencing some issues with vital component breakdown as well. i recommend, if possible, to check the operational value of the cooling fans that are located inside the chassis near the power sector. test the value of the fan motor to confirm proper current flow. if no voltage is supplied, this will confirm a damaged power sector(board). if the voltage is present and the motor is not rotating, this will confirm a burned out cooling fan.
Replace the failed device.
**Most common issue here will be a weak or damaged power sector.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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