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Power supply crapped out...need help!
« on: July 10, 2007, 04:01:34 AM »

I dunno if anyone can help me here, but it can't hurt to ask. I've got a Power Mac G4 Tower (Mirror Drive Door, 1.25 Ghz, single processor) And it just up and quits on me sunday night. Just flicked off like someone pulled the plug. I'm pretty sure at this point it's the power supply though, as I checked the outlet, and it's fine. I moved the plug around on the power strip, everything else works. I crack open the case, and aside from it being dusty, nothing out of the ordinary. No fried electronics smell, didn't even smell that warm the way they can get. I got some compressed air from walmart today and blew out any and all crap i could find in there, still nothing works. I've taken out add in cards (just usb2/firewire combo and a straight usb1 card) I've even tried moving the ram around just to make sure everything's seated in properly, and still nothing. I've even tried a different power cord.  Does anyone know anyplace in Winnipeg that sells just the power supply? Thanks in advance.
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