What troubleshooting steps I should take before concluding that the power suply needs to be replaced. Although the system looks to be rather new, jus ta little dust here and there that's about it.
Thank you for your time
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why once I plug the power cord sometimes the fan located on top of the heatsink starts working with interruptions and power/hd lights go flashing. And sometimes all the system is dead even if I will press the power button. What does it say to you?
This is unusual as most psu's will power on but just because they power on don't mean they are good but in this case you just need to get something to run.
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