Dimension 4550 PSU
Can anyone help me out...
The PSU is dead on my Dimension 4550.
I ordered a generic PSU from a computer parts shop, and it was the right
size but the socket for plugging in the power cord is in the wrong corner of
the PSU and therefore the gap on the back of the case doesn't match where
the cord goes.
Does anyone know where I can get a cheap replacement PSU for this Dell in
the UK? Does this PSU have some kind of describeable quality that indicates
that the power socket is in the right corner which will help me to search
for it online?
Any help would be greatly appreciated
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