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PC won't start - Moved from Australia 240V 4 amps to US 110V 8 amps

PC does nothing when pressing the start button post traveling halfway around the world.

Not sure if the trip effected the hard drives too, but the power supply seems to indicate it can accept the US 100 volts. Everything seems to have traveled well in the move, and all teh internal components seem to be OK, although I'm not sure how to test the hard drives.

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Well..you may need to change the input switch on the power supply try that first.

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