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Motherboard on HP pavilion keeps failing, why?

Motherboard on HP pavilion keeps failing

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  • George Brown
    George Brown May 11, 2010

    Hello Can you be more specific?

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SOURCE: Failed intrenal power supply on HP Pavilion dv6700

Before you go thru all that, HP has an extended warranty for 6 and 9K units with Video and Power startup problems.
They have added an extra year to the original warranty and it would be to your benefit to check first.
Email customer care and issue a repair request.
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