Question about E-Machines T3065 PC Desktop
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Power supplies, depending on your demand, can cost you as little as 35 bucks. However, eMachines, power supply physical design is a bit different than most. Here is how you can bench test your supply to rule out any other problems. Unplug your machine. Make a simple diagram of what cables from the supply goes to what, including the ones that go to the motherboard. Next, Disconnect all of that. On the large cable that connected to the motherboard and locate the green wire. Now find, somewhere other than inside your pc. A small piece of wire (with both ends stripped of insulation) to use as a jumper. Stick this wire in the hole where the green wire ports to and the other end to any black wire port. Plug your supply back into the wall. If the PS is good it will fire right up. If not, you need to replace it.
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Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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