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ZombieTrev

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Bought the pc to a repair shop today as they said it was free to take a look at it. They immediately said that it was probably the power supply even before opening it up. They then opened it up and confirmed that it was the power supply and that it would cost £50 for the part and £35 for the fitting... I said I would think about it and get back to them but I'm thinking if it was just a loose wire then they may lie and say it was the power supply to get the money out of me...
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If you have the PC at home send us the pics as planned and we can take it from there.
Not all shops are bad but £35 for swapping a PSU is extortionate at any rate.
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