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Shifted the unit to another area of the same room

Shifted the unit to another area of the same room and when plugged in to power there was a small flash and then the computer would not start. Is this a serious problem. Peter

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Your power supply has blown and need to be replaced, they are quite cheap to buy at your local pc store, to take the power supply out of the pc, first unplug from mains and remove the side cover, there should be a couple of screws at the back to undo in order to remove the panel.
Once the panal is off you will see the power supply it is in the back top corner, note where all the cables go before you remove, there are four screws at the back holding the power supply in place, undo these and the power pack should come out. reverse the process to put the new power supply back in.

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Yes very serious. potentially your computer could be as good as a brick... (worse case).

what you need to do.

1) buy new power supply if thats doesnt work then could have fried your board and the lilkley hood is this will also inc damage to you memory and graphics card.. hard drives may be ok.

check the fuse in your plug and change power supply and go from there.

Ps i hope you didn't flick the liitle volt change switch just below your on off button at the back as this will cause a blow out.

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