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flowerhorn55
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Hp pavilion 23-q010 all in one computer can't power on (ac adapter is doing lower beeping)

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Hi all, I need help with my Hp pavilion 23-q010 all in one computer. It can't power on (ac adapter is doing lower beeping continuously when plug into computer.

What I have did was:
1, isolate the hard drive and remove the ram then put same one back in. Still no power come on. CPU fan no run , no see the light on the motherboard.

Any sugguestion would be appreciated. Just bought this one half year.
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@flowerhorn55,

As the unit is within the warranty period, I would contact HP.    1 (800) 474-6836

It could be either the power supply, or the power board (inside item).

1) Service hours have changed. 

2) You have to wait 45+ sec for an operator

 

Here is a link to a new PSU if you want to try it.

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You meaning ac adapter has problem? I forgot to mention you that I already tested ac adapter with multimeter it has 19.+ dc goes out.
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Anybody knows, help...
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