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Is it possible to diagnose a bad power supply in an iMac Pro?

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-Hey guys. I have a late 2017 iMac Pro that recently just completely stopped working without warning. Worked fine one night, then the next morning it wouldn’t turn on. I tried different power outlets, I purchased a new power cord, and nothing changed. Then I took it apart. There are four points where the power supply makes contact with the logic board and I noticed one of those connections wasn’t touching. I remedied that, cleared out any dust, put everything back together, but still nothing. Can anyone tell me what my next step should be?
+Hey guys. I have a late 2017 iMac Pro that recently just completely stopped working without warning. Worked fine one night, then the next morning it wouldn’t turn on. I tried different power outlets, I purchased a new power cord, and nothing changed. Then I took it apart. There are four points where the power supply makes contact with the logic board and I noticed one of those connections wasn’t touching. I remedied that, cleared out any dust, put everything back together, but still nothing. Can anyone tell me if/how I can test my PSU to see if it’s bad, or what else I might be able to do?

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iMac Pro

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Aporte original por: Daniel Barker ,

Título:

Is it possible to diagnose a bad power supply in an iMac Pro?

Texto:

Hey guys. I have a late 2017 iMac Pro that recently just completely stopped working without warning. Worked fine one night, then the next morning it wouldn’t turn on. I tried different power outlets, I purchased a new power cord, and nothing changed. Then I took it apart. There are four points where the power supply makes contact with the logic board and I noticed one of those connections wasn’t touching. I remedied that, cleared out any dust, put everything back together, but still nothing. Can anyone tell me what my next step should be?

Dispositivo:

iMac Pro

Estatus:

open