Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
I have an EMachine T2085, I've had it for at least 3 years with no problems. It was working fine this morning, no power surge or outage happened.
This evening it will not turn on at all. The power light does not come on, no fan noise... nothing... completely dead.
I've read some of the other posts and looks like it might be a power supply issue?
What are recommendations... ? And just how difficult is it for me to replace power supply myself? eMachines W3107 will not turn on. First it was the USB in the front, it came with missing prongs, I wasn't too concerned because I knew I wouldn't need that specific piece so I kept the machine. However, I haven't had any problems with the machine until recently went is shut down and will not turn back on. No power outages, nothing. Just won't turn on.
It is fairly easy to replace the power supply, a few screws to remove the power supply then it is just a matter of unplugging all the power connections from the old one, swapping out the supplies and matching the power connections up with the same locations as before.
Draw a diagram and mark the connections or take photo if in doubt, but just be sure you ground yourself before starting (and as needed) to eliminate any static electricity and be careful about too much putting stress on the motherboard, the connectors should come off easily, but some have locks that need to be released .
You will need a 300 watt ATX power supply similar to the one shown here http://www.ecrater.com/product.php?pid=2159142 and should be able to procure one locally, and in fact if you have the case open and take it to a small computer shop, they would probably put it in for free if you bought the supply from them as it really only takes a few minutes.
I hope you are not one of the unlucky ones, but I also found this article, but I cannot confirm its validity/
Posted on May 29, 2008
It does sound like a power supply. you can pick one up for around 80 bucks retail. they aren't that hard to install. 2 plugs on the mobo and one for each drive you have installed. all you do is unscrew the current power supply (4 screws on the back), then unplug all wires connecting the power supply to the components. then take out the old power supply and work in reverse with the new power supply.
if the computer doesn't work after that, it is possible that you need a new mother board. in that case, personally i would return the power supply and start looking for another computer.
but hopefully it is just the power supply.
Posted on May 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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