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pc restarts but not at the repair shop

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I took my pc in for repair as it was restarting and then they ran tests and stuff and said the pc didn't restarts and it was running for about 160 hours. I took the pc home and now it is restarting again. What could the problem be?
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The problem could be with your power supply unit or with the voltage stability in your home. If the PSU is in a marginal state and if the voltage in your house is somewhat low or unstable, it can cause a failure of the computer.

If there are other electronic devices in your home that fail from time to time then you should call an electrician. If the problem is only with your computer, replace the PSU.
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