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  #2472175 27-Apr-2020 16:08
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PC will not power on at all now, jumping the psu via the 24 pin doesn’t work either, is the PSU shot?

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  #2472188 27-Apr-2020 16:28
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Yep.


 
 
 
 




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  #2472198 27-Apr-2020 16:34
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Hmm ok I may just buy another one and RMA this one when we drop to level 2.

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  #2472201 27-Apr-2020 16:37
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Did you buy it new?  Where is it from and what brand is it?  Try your luck with a forward replacement




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  #2472212 27-Apr-2020 16:46
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Purchased new from PBtech under a year ago



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  #2476345 4-May-2020 14:47
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Just an update, I sent the PC back to PBtech last week Wednesday and they messaged me Saturday to say it was the PSU that’s at fault and have replaced and sent back pc to me today (should see it today or tomorrow)

I chose to upgrade to a NZXT C650 as it’s essentially a Seasonic psu.

I know PBtech have a muddy name with some here in terms of customer service and horror stories about warranties but I gotta say I’ve had all good experiences with the Christchurch branch and this is another one to add, I’ll definitely be back again. Kudos PBtech!

Huge thanks to all those who posted here with help. Really appreciate it.

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