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    Grumpy Ol' MSgt (Ret.)

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Actually I am required to use a ground strap. (company rules)

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:) It would appear that this issue is now resolved, I powered the system up after it had been unplugged for 24+ hrs & all is as it should be, would this point toward the Jeantech psu being faulty?
I personally would never purchase a psu that does not have a master on/off power switch, but I encountered one last year on a new micro atx case & that was faulty & it has possibly put me off them, one other thing of note was when I removed the board from the case for a closer inspection one of the retaining screws was an incompatible type so I replaced it, could this have any bearing ie shorting something out?
Thanks to Digerati,happyrock & 123Runner for your assisstance, all your input is good advice for the future.

Edited by phillpower2, 03 April 2010 - 12:35 PM.

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