Question about Dell Dimension 4550 PC Desktop
There is no easy fuse. Did the computer get turned off at the back? Some power supplies have a switch on the top of the tower. Did the power strip get turned off? Have you verified that the outlet has power?
If this is not the problem, it sounds like a blown power supply. Do you have any lights on the system? If not, take the tower to a local computer shop and they can very quickly diagnose a failed power supply.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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