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Silver G4 - Bad Power Supply Button?

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When I shutdown, she goes LIGHTS-OUT and then immediately LIGHTS-ON and starts up.
To shut her down I have been pulling the cord at the end of the shutdown.
I installed panther over Jaguar.
I zapped the PRAM

Is there any history of faulty power supply?
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You might have a faulty power button.
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