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Topic # 58701 17-Mar-2010 13:27
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A HP DC7100 SFF died here.  I am sure it's the PS but since it's proprietary (size and connector) it's not readily replaceable.  I can't smell anything in it so it might be just a component that needs replacing. I also took one top plate off and couldn't see any fried components but it could be under the board.

I am wondering if anybody knows somebody (or indeed themselves) who could take a look at this with a view towward repair for a small consideration!

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  Reply # 308273 17-Mar-2010 13:40
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Try these guys http://www.phillipselectronics.co.nz/
Its not the dutch electronics giant I might ad....

They fixed an odd shaped PSU for a Lenovo PC for me recently. Its quite hard to find 'real' electronics technicians these days but they seem to do actual repairs to various electrical things.




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  Reply # 308278 17-Mar-2010 13:45
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Where are you located?
I would be happy to take a look and assess it for repair.
Contact me via email.
Thanks,
Bart

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