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Wiring diagram for T2885

Where can I get assistance with the wiring diagram for this computer?

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  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2008

    computers on and off switch

  • Kurt Eggers May 10, 2008

    My daughter has an Emachine T2885 that recently stopped powering up. Suspected a bad PSU though there was still indication of power on the mobo (green light). Thought maybe partial failure. Replaced PSU (added 100W), no good. Also removed & tested power on switch, It doesn't seem to be working (appears open). Shorted it, no good. Web search suggested jumping PSU green to ground, also suggested J9G1 jumper may be incorrect (but I don't think so). Which ground location would be best (ie. safest) to jump to, and should I leave the wire in place in the harness and add a wire or remove it & jump direct to other location. Thanks.

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Give me also model serial number (printed on your motherboard or on seller's receipt).
http://www.dealtime.com/xPF-E-Machines-Desktop-with-Intel-Celeron-Processor-2-8GHz-T2885

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