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Pc stoopped working, replaces supply, Pc works

Originally built PC with Xion 600 W , XOn-600F14T-201, bar code P0603 02140, Machine stopped powering up, I replaced the power supply and now the machine works. Can I get an RMA to get this supply repaired?

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Here is an RMA request form. Its is in pdf format.

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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