A simple method for replacing the power supply:
Unscrew the power supply from the case
Open up the new PSU
and place it next to the case
Try (gently) to lift out the old power supply cords
Each time you try, you'll find a wire that's connected between the computer and the PSU
Disconnect it and replace it with one from the new power supply. Do this until all the wires (from the old PSU) come free
Then you can screw the new one in and boot it up!
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