Question about Silverstone SST-ST405 (SSTST405) 400-Watt Power Supply
I assume, you have voltmeter with you.
Set VOM to DC 20 V range.
Remove the Power Supply from cabinet. Be sure you have proper earth in your house/workshop.
On the 20/24 pin main connector of your power supply, short the pins carrying green & black wire.
Hook your voltmeter -ve on any black pin of the connector permenantly.
& then connect the mains power cord to your power supply.
If your power supply is ok, this shall start the fans of the power supply on & running. Now you can check the voltages on different pins. There is a sticker on your power supply showing the normal voltages on every wire.
If you don't see any / normal volatges, your power supply needs repairing. You can buy a new one/ repair existing.
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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