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I noticed your post asking for a part # for the PSU of a 32PF9964. Although I do not have it, I was wondering what symptoms are the result of the PSU failure? Thanks!

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But all these symptoms can come from a dead or dying power supply.
http://www.overclock.net/t/96712/how-to-jump-start-a-power-supply-psu-test-a-power-supply-and-components Do this at own risk..

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Hello there martinsjak.

Here's your GEEK-steer ...

First, I'll presume you have of course "lamp-tested" the wall power outlet, as well as the power strip outlet you using, and that also the power cord is in good repair.

With that out of the way, kudos are in order, because your suspicion of the Power Supply Unit (PSU) is very well founded. It is THE most common PC component to fail. Although it could also be the case power button/switch itself, it's likeliest to be the PSU. But regardless of which, the easiest way to find out is to test the PSU.

You have three options:
  1. Manually test it using a multimeter ... Yuk! Only a guy with a plastic pocket-protector (and thinks it's impressive) would pick this one.
  2. Install the suspect PSU into a KNOWN GOOD working PC. If the PC powers up, you know the PSU works. If not ... well you get the picture.
  3. Test it using a PSU Tester. This is a surprisingly desirable option. Why? Because PSU testers are not very expensive, and if you're like most everyone else in this modern era, you'll be in need of testing more than just this one over the course of time. Check out this very solid choice for a Coolmax PS-224 ATX Power Supply Tester.
Which of the above three is your call. Easy-peasy, yeah?

Good luck to you, and thanks for posting back ...
  • to let me (and others) know how things worked out,
  • if you have any further questions,
  • to provide clarification or feedback.
"Today's the best day of my life ... and NOW you're part of it!"
Via-con-Dios and Godspeed -- Craig

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Part number


The part number is: 313503710591 and the cost is: $69.95. The part description is: power supply panel assembly.

Dan

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