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HP EliteDesk 800 65W G4 Desktop Mini PC

Hi,

Could someone tell me the exact HP part number for the EliteDesk 800 G4 Mini power adapter?

I just got a 2nd hand 65w model, power adapter, and couldn't get it to work.
Plugged a 65W (19.5v 3.3amp) HP adapter I had in spare without any success, so ordered a brand new one* that didn't solve the problem:
The computers emits a led-and-beep code as soon as it is plugged in. 3 long beeps with red led followed by 4 short beeps with white led, whole sequence repeated 5 times. This is supposed to mean power failure.

So, did I ordered the wrong adapter, of is this EliteDesk defective ?

* HP L2X04AA#ABB

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@Nitram_78 -- I searched the HP Warehouse, and found: HP PartSurfer (click this link!)

 

to see:  L30417-001  ====>  SPS-PSU  250W  92% EFFICIENCY  HV  ELITE_DESK_800_G4_SFF

 

So, 250 Watts, but I have no idea whether it will fit into your computer, and whether its power-connectors are compatible with your current power-supply.

 

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Thanks for trying to help, but the one you link is actually for the Elitedesk SFF.

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@Nitram_78 --  is actually for the Elitedesk SFF

 

Yes, that is what I stated.  The only question is where the power-supplies for the Mini and for the SFF are identical. Answering that question is left as an exercise for the reader.

 

I have no idea whether the SFF power-supply will fit into your computer, and whether its power-connectors are compatible with your current power-supply.

 

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