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My PC isn't turning on.... Help

#11IcyFlamez96(Topic Creator)Posted 3/1/2014 2:39:45 PM
I have something like that but I don't think it's quite the same. I looked for it, but couldn't find it. My dad may have it in his truck that he took with him.
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#12kill2thisPosted 3/1/2014 3:03:02 PM(edited)
Just thought there was a higher chance you knew someone that had one than a dedicated PSU tester.
If you can get hold of one:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ac7YMUcMjbw
Is a good a video as any to explain how you should be testing voltages etc

EDIT: Have you checked the fuse in the plug?
#13IcyFlamez96(Topic Creator)Posted 3/1/2014 4:14:36 PM
The fuse in the plug?... How do I do that?

This is the power supply I have if that helps.

http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=100-B1-0600-KR
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#14kill2thisPosted 3/1/2014 4:27:51 PM
IcyFlamez96 posted...
The fuse in the plug?... How do I do that?

This is the power supply I have if that helps.

http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=100-B1-0600-KR


Apologies it looks like US plugs don't contain a fuse, but instead it's in the socket? someone correct me?
In the UK most appliances have fuses built into the actual plug that you can replace, have you tested in another outlet?
#15IcyFlamez96(Topic Creator)Posted 3/1/2014 4:32:38 PM
Yup I tried a few outlets.
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#16Hanlo_is_backPosted 3/1/2014 10:42:59 PM
kill2this posted...
IcyFlamez96 posted...
The fuse in the plug?... How do I do that?

This is the power supply I have if that helps.

http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=100-B1-0600-KR


Apologies it looks like US plugs don't contain a fuse, but instead it's in the socket? someone correct me?
In the UK most appliances have fuses built into the actual plug that you can replace, have you tested in another outlet?


unfortunately, most devices in the US do not have easy to replace fuses. Larger appliances like washers/dryers do, but small electronics don't. You have to solder in a new one, typically
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#17BuyersRemorse55Posted 3/1/2014 11:46:29 PM
IF you just bought the part or prebuilt computer in January, it will all be under warranty. So contact your pre built manufactuer, or if you built it yourself make sure to register the psu on evga website and RMA it.
#18IcyFlamez96(Topic Creator)Posted 3/2/2014 2:50:35 PM
BuyersRemorse55 posted...
IF you just bought the part or prebuilt computer in January, it will all be under warranty. So contact your pre built manufactuer, or if you built it yourself make sure to register the psu on evga website and RMA it.


I built it myself. Good info to know, now I just need to figure out exactly what the problem is.
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Playstation All Star's method of balancing is making each character broken in their own way.
#19IcyFlamez96(Topic Creator)Posted 3/3/2014 8:23:39 PM
Ok imma get a multimeter from my friend this week. What exactly do I do with it though?
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Playstation All Star's method of balancing is making each character broken in their own way.