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I have a HP Pavilion x1748x that when turn on the power dies within a few seconds.I changed out the power supply with one that I know that works and it does the same.

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It's possible that it may be an overheating issue. You may want to see if the processor fan is running as it should. If not, the processor may be overheating quickly, causing automatic shutdown. Aside from that, you may a motherboard issue.

Hope this helps!

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