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AlanK4
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OMEN X 900-000 Series PSU

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Hello, 

 

I've recently moved from the UK to Canada and I've taken my desktop with me (OMEN X 900-107na), my question is about the PSU. It says on the chassis that the PSU is 100-250V and when I've looked at various sources online some say all I need to do is replace the power cable and I'm sorted, others say I need to flip a switch on the PSU and replace the power cable and I'm sorted. I can't seem to find this elusive "switch" on the PSU.

 

I don't want to A: Blow up my PC or B: Blow up my apartment.

 

Does anyone know definitively if I just need to replace the power cable? Or continue to hunt for some daft switch?

 

Thank you!

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Hello @AlanK4 

 

Pretty much all of the more recent power supplies that HP uses are auto switching and do not use that old switch anymore. If it shows its 100-250V but there is no switch, it will auto sense the voltage and adjust for it. There is probably the words Switching Power Supply, written on that sticker also.

 

Yes you will need to correct power cord to plug in with.

If you want to order the Canadian version of that cord from HP, the part number is

121565-022Power cord - AC LINE,C13-NEMA,1.83m

The link below will require you to put your current region in.

http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?searchText=121565-022

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Photoray002
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Hello @AlanK4 

 

Pretty much all of the more recent power supplies that HP uses are auto switching and do not use that old switch anymore. If it shows its 100-250V but there is no switch, it will auto sense the voltage and adjust for it. There is probably the words Switching Power Supply, written on that sticker also.

 

Yes you will need to correct power cord to plug in with.

If you want to order the Canadian version of that cord from HP, the part number is

121565-022Power cord - AC LINE,C13-NEMA,1.83m

The link below will require you to put your current region in.

http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?searchText=121565-022

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Thank you so much! That is perfect!!

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