Did someone think?
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At 09:38 AM 11/21/01 +0800, Kathy Quinlan wrote:
>Our 18 year old son thought to save power he could switch the 240 switch on
>the powersupply to 110 ( It made a kewl noise I was told)
I once spent a day fighting a computer that wouldn't run right, though it
would run almost completely right. Turned out that the PS switch was on 220.
That's not so traumatic over here, and now it's the first thing I check,
even on my own gear.
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