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How do I replace the power supply in my HP Pavilion a1710n?
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    Grumpy Ol' MSgt (Ret.)

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That appears to be a standard ATX supply so you unplug it from the wall, unplug all the connections inside the PC, remove the 4 screws on the back and slip it out. Reverse the process to install a new one.
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This site lists replacement PSUs for HP. Check to see if the one in your computer is the same 300W. I would buy a better brand such as, Antec or Corsair. > http://www.atxpowers...-300-12zcdr.php

Should you need some instructions, this is a good guide. > http://www.fonerbooks.com/r_power.htm
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    Mechanised Mod

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If you only use the computer for office/school work and the internet one of the PSUs below will do;
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