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The power supply tester showed two different 5 volts, but this stuff here is about 50 miles outside my field of expertise, and ain't nothing worse than an old retired mechanic who has just a little bit of tech knowledge, we can be plumb dangerous. I'll get myself a psu in the morning and getter done! Thanks again, you guys sure do have a large supply of patience.
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I would recommend getting your present PSU tested first before purchasing a replacement. (By a Tech at the store that is :thumbsup: )
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