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Matthew Van Der Wel

V650 PSU Shutting Off Straight Afte Turning On

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My PC turned off randomly the other day. The power cable going into the PSU had been slowly pulling out and I guess it pulled out too far that it shut down. I pushed it back in and tried turning on my PC, but it turned off immediately after turning on (fans spun, lights flicked on for a second). I played with the internal cablings of my PC but the problem still occurred. So I've taken the PSU completely out of my PC and tried turning it on manually by following this tutorial https://www.howtogeek.com/172933/how-can-i-test-my-computers-power-supply/ . The PSU's fan turns on for a second then turns off, so I've limited the problem to the PSU hence why I'm on this forum. Anyone able to help or give any advice?

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Request an RMA, I have the same problem and I'm still waiting for that RMA process to go on, would they deliver? I hope so, It's been a month, maybe you have better luck than me

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On 7/6/2017 at 4:02 PM, Matthew Van Der Wel said:

My PC turned off randomly the other day. The power cable going into the PSU had been slowly pulling out and I guess it pulled out too far that it shut down. I pushed it back in and tried turning on my PC, but it turned off immediately after turning on (fans spun, lights flicked on for a second). I played with the internal cablings of my PC but the problem still occurred. So I've taken the PSU completely out of my PC and tried turning it on manually by following this tutorial https://www.howtogeek.com/172933/how-can-i-test-my-computers-power-supply/ . The PSU's fan turns on for a second then turns off, so I've limited the problem to the PSU hence why I'm on this forum. Anyone able to help or give any advice?

Welcome to CM forum .

Hi Matthew . Sorry late reply . Please issue ticket then request RMA or Return to you local shop :)

 

 

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