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Power Mac - Replacing Power Mac G5 Power Supply Unit


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Hello,

The Power Mac G5 Power Supply Unit seems to be a typical malfunction with mac G5s. Is this something that can be done by the user or do I need to take my mac to the repair shop. Any advice would b good, I couldnt even see how to get to the power supply, It seems to be beneath the dual proccessors. Any how to would be welcome

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Karl Hurrell
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