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I mistakingly switch the voltage to 110v instead 230V

I mistakingly switch the voltage to 110v instead of 230v,and resulted in the failure of the PSU

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You are going to have to replace it....obviously. Here are some places that popped as having the supply you need. I have never used any of them personally.

Dell Optiplex Gx1 Gx110 145w Desktop Power Supply 5554t
$14.99 used - eBay Dell 11VTW Optiplex GX110 SFF 110W Power Supply (See 1728P)
$35.00 refurbished - Used-pcs.comNEW Dell Dimension XPS OptiPlex Power Supply, 200W, Dell 824KH
$19.97 new - TXcess Surplus

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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Your PC power supply is design to suit this 2 type of power input so can be sold everywhere. What u need to do is to make sure your local country power supply voltage and then just switch the input correctly, i think u have done it.

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