We have a Kenwood Power Supply Model PS36-10. It was set previously to function remotely controlled. We want to set it to manual setting. It has a d swith with 10 sliders at the back. Please help us how adjust this dip switch. What should be the setting of each slider/dip switch to let it function manually?
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most power supplies have a switch for 120 and or 220 options just move the switch to what setting you want. most power supplies can be used as a stand a lone power supply, if not than you need to request for a 220 watt power supply the can be used as a stand alone for pc or computer use. most computer retail should have them in stock. look on line or at www.fryselectronics.com/computer/parts/power_supple/stand-a-lone/for_PC_use/220_watts/
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Normally the front panel on/off power button and the front panel reset button plug into connector pins on your motherboard.
If you can find a User Manual for your motherboard it will show you exactly where the switch leads plug in on the motherboard. The motherboard's manufacturer and model number will be printed on the board somewhere.
Remove Power Supply 1 . Shut down your computer and unplug the power cord and all cables connected to the system.
2 . Open the computer case and disconnect all power connectors from the motherboard, drives, cards and fans.
3 . Remove the four screws that secure the power supply to the case. These screws are located on the back of the computer case, at each corner of the power supply.
Wire and Start Power Supply 1 . Switch the power supply to the "Off" (sometimes "O") setting.
2 . Insert the end of one wire from a single pole, single throw (SPST) switch into the green wire of the ATX power connector (the largest power supply connector).
3 . Insert the end of the other wire from the SPST switch into the black wire of the ATX power connector. If your power supply has two black wires, connect the SPST to the black wire directly beside the green wire.
4 . Wrap electrical tape around the ATX power connector and wires from the SPST switch to hold them in place. Make sure there is no exposed copper or silver wire from the SPST switch wires.
5 . Turn the SPST switch to the "Off" position, if not already set. Plug the power supply into the wall outlet and switch it to the "On" (sometimes "I")setting.
6 . Connect any other computer components that you wish to operate without the motherboard, such as fans, drives or cards. Turn the SPST to the "On" setting to activate the power supply.
Hope the above information will be helpful to you. Thanks.
Hello my friend probably is a bios setting,somehow you hit default settings or
bios and you turned it on.Go into bios(hitting del on boot) and on the general page there will
be a setting for a floppy drive, likely something like floppy
3.5" 1.4mb choose it and hit enter and you should be able to
disable the floppy drive.If there is no setting, look
for a HALT ON ALL ERRORS setting and change it to keyboard onl.
You should at least try turning it on/off using a remote if you can't turn it on/off on the TV keyboard. Pulling the the plug on it and turning it on by plugging into the wall isn't a good thing to do, you will eventually burn something out in your power supply or elsewhere due to the harsh transient currents you are subjecting your electronic components to. Your power supply may have a relay in it that delays activationg some components until others are energized and you are bypassing all that with your method.
1. Do you have the computer connected to a power adaptor or is it a voltage switching pc?
2. Has the pc always done this? If not, have you changed any power setting in the control panel? (Or have the checked the power setting.)
3. When was the last time the pc shut down properly? Maybe the pc is trying to install updates and need time to finish the install. (If when powering off the pc you see a shield over the power icon from the start menu, let the pc run its course and it should power on/off correctly.)