Hello! There was a problem. Broken power supply, a strong voltage drop, to 9.5 volts on the 12v line.
Power Supply D1K3E001L 1300w.
I can not find the electronic circuit. Without it, it is very difficult to repair.
Help me please!
The power supply unit lasted 2 months after the purchase of the computer. If you have to buy a new one for more than a month, and I have a week without a computer. And the cost is great for a new power supply. That's why I'm trying to restore it.
With no schematic available, start by replacing the most common to fail parts - the electrolytic capacitors on the board. However, if you decide to do this, be sure you're well versed in repairing high voltage parts - there are very dangerous voltages exposed inside the power supply.
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The power supply unit only worked for 2 months and broke down.
The new power supply will be delivered for more than a month, all this time I can not work.
So I'm trying to fix it.
So it should be clear
Repair is engaged in my friend, he is a master, but he says without a scheme is difficult.
Condensers have already checked, they are normal.
We found the burned resistors, replaced. While everything is the same. We are looking for the reason further.
I could not find the PSU pinout to start the power supply without a computer.
There's some information here, but in general, you're in for a black-box repair unless you find that someone has published what you're looking for - Dell doesn't publish that level of detail.