Question about Packard Bell 200W ATX Power Supply (190169) Power Supply
Problem with my ATX130N2 model Packard bell power supply
First check for a fuse just after the line input - replace if blown - check your voltage options a plug you set for 240 or 120 volt operation.
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
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