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Emachines C2825 My machine does not start anymore, I took it with a repair guy and He tld me that is th epower supply and probably the motherboard as well. Does it is better to buy another used cimputer for around $ 100.oo usd than try to fix mine?

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You can go to ebay and put in the power box numbers and the mother board numbers and you can replace them for less the a $100

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