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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, I see what you mean since your computer is an SFF, (Small Form Factor), and uses an SFF power supply. Hard to get a power supply replacement, much less the power switch for the power supply.
Some things to note about working on a personal computer power supply,
1.They use Electrolytic Capacitors inside them. The aluminum case, cylindrical looking objects. These 'Caps' are designed to slowly build up a charge, then release it all at once. They can hold a charge after being disconnected from power, for weeks, sometimes Months!
There are typically two large ones used in the Input Stage. These hold a LARGE charge! Touching the terminals on the bottom of a capacitor, or touching a circuit that they are in, can result in a bad shock, or even Fatal one!
2.The particular power supply you have, has a Soft Power On function built in. There is no switch cable from the front panel of the computer, to the power supply. The power supply can be plugged into power constantly, and needs no On/Off switch on the back. This switch could be removed, and the wires to it soldered together, with heat shrink tubing over the connection.
You DON'T need an On/Off switch on the power supply.
I have given you a solution in the form of information, but am NOT recommending you open your power supply, Nor work on it.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
It's made by Delta for Acer. Model Number is
I know you didn't ask for this information, but I feel compelled to tell you.
I know it's hard finding the right style/shape of power supply to fit in your computer case,.
the above power supply is a cheap quality power supply. Anything in power supplies made by Delta is.
(Plus it seems to be the only thing available)
I wish you would consider buying a decent, economical, ATX computer case, and put the hardware components out of your Acer into it.
The reasoning is,
1) There will be more airflow. Airflow, is used to keep the hardware components inside the computer cool.
This increases the lifespan of the hardware components.
2) An ATX style of power supply can be used. The style that approximately 90 percent of personal computers, out there use.
You could buy a power supply for the same amount of money, that would be more Reliable, have more Power, run Quieter due to a larger fan, and has higher quality components inside.
3) Should you wish to add additional harddrives, and optical drives in the future, there will be room.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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Try to get ahold of Lite-On's customer service. Here is a link so that you can enter all of you information, send it in, and wait till you get a respons: http://www.liteon.com/Services.aspx?id=2ca6d4cd-8a57-4b27-b98a-748be8c0c80f
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
Your best best would be to order it online. I found 3 on ebay that is willing to ship to your country. As for local dealers I am not sure. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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