Little spark out of power supply. Tags: Power Supplies Computers Systems Last response: March 21, 2013 10:57 AM in Systems Share Licec March 21, 2013 10:37:09 AM Last night sparks came out of my power supply. So I turned off the computer and unpluged everything. This morning I turned it back on and no sparks. Everything seems to work fine. Should I still replace the psu? More about : spark power supply COLGeek a b ) Power supply March 21, 2013 10:46:50 AM Yes. Definitely time for a new PSU. Sparking PSUs are never a good thing. rsmith13 March 21, 2013 10:57:05 AM A friend's power supply shot sparks out the back so he called me. It still worked but I opened it up just to see. A roach had commited sucide....... Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumBlue spark inside power supply when I connected the power cord ForumSolvedPower supply making a little noise, is this normal ? ForumWill this power supply work for a little bit Foruma little help about a power supply please? ForumSolvedOlder Cooler Master Power Supply Out Of Date? ForumSolvedneed to find out out if these parts will work together properly and what power supply to get ForumSolvedmaxing out power supply ForumSolvedBurnt out power supply. Is anything else damaged? ForumMy motherboard has a 4pin power input. My CX750M has an 8 pin power cable out of the power supply. What do I connect the mot ForumPin out for Shuttle PC55 power supply ForumWill this build work? And I need help with picking out a case and Power supply. ForumBurnt out power supply NEED HELP ForumCan i just switch out my power supply? ForumIs my GTX 580 bad? My Power Supply to little? Something else? Help!? ForumRandom components cutting out / Power Supply issue? ForumFiguring out what power supply cables I need for SLI with few outlets left on PSU ForumUrgent!! :( I believe my rig's power supply is going out! ForumHow can I find out what power supply I need? ForumPc was off and saw sparks coming out-now wont power on? ForumSolvedSeaSonic Power Supply Swap Out Questions More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !