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Replace the Power Supply | OMEN 25L GT11-0000a, GT11-0000i, 30L GT13-0000a, GT13-0000i | HP

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Replace the Power Supply | OMEN 25L GT11-0000a, GT11-0000i, 30L GT13-0000a, GT13-0000i | HP

How to Replace the Power Supply NOTE: Only certain models in this platform series support the configuration of the following components: glass side panel liquid cooling system lighting control module LED lighting bar glass front bezel front RGB fan front lighting module Before you begin: Remove the access panel and the side panel.

Removal Lie the unit down on its side and disconnect the 4-pin power connector and the SATA hard drive power connector. Detach the SATA hard drive power cables from the cable clips. Disconnect the 24-pin power connector from the motherboard.

Disconnect the SATA power connector from the lighting control module. Remove the four P2 Philips-head screws that secure the power supply to the rear chassis. Stand the unit upright and position it so that you can easily access either side.

Thread the 4-pin power connector through the side chassis at the top. Detach it from the cable guide and then feed it through the access hole in the side chassis near the bottom of the unit. Thread the SATA power connector for the primary hard drive through its access hole in the side chassis at the base of the hard drive cage and feed it through the access hole at the bottom of the side chassis.

The SATA power connector for the secondary hard drive is removed the same way. Turn the unit so that the power supply is facing you and push aside any power cables that may obstruct access to the power supply release latch.

Push the power supply release latch on the side chassis and gently pull the power supply out of the chassis. CAUTION: Before removing the power supply, make sure there are no other cables tangled with the power supply cables.

Remove the power supply. As you complete the replacement of a part for the desktop, you should ensure that all of the cables are correctly routed. The interior of the system should never look like this after a service event.

As you route any cables that you’ve connected back into position, be sure to use the clips, hooks, and tape that are provided on the chassis for this purpose. This prevents the possibility of cables snagging or sagging when the desktop is moved.

It also helps ensure clear sight and access to the components should any further troubleshooting or servicing be needed. Replacement Slide the power supply into its position on the bottom chassis. Turn the unit so that you can easily access either side of the unit.

Thread the SATA power connector for the secondary hard drive out through the access hole of the side chassis and then in through its access hole at the base of the drive cage. Thread the SATA power connector for the primary hard drive out through the access hole of the side chassis and then in through its access hole at the base of the drive cage.

Thread the 4-pin power connector through the access hole at the bottom of the side chassis Lift the 4-pin power connector up to the cable guide and secure it before guiding it to the access hole near the top of the side chassis and pushing it through.

Replace the four P2 Philips-head screws that secure the power supply to the rear chassis. Reconnect the 4-pin power connector and the hard drive SATA power connector. Reconnect the 24-pin power connector to the motherboard.

Reconnect the SATA power connector to the lighting control module.

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