Hello everyone, I have a Caselabs Bullet BH7 case which I painted a couple of weeks ago and tonight I took the top of the case off to finish off by waxing it. I used a microfibre towel to buff it and then proceeded to screw the top section back onto the case, I connected all the cables and lastly I plugged the PSU cable back in and turned the power switch at the rear of the PSU on. However, when I pressed the power button at the front of the case nothing happened, no lights, no beeps, and then also noticed that my Modem, printer and Monitor also were not powered on. I then checked a power socket in the kitchen and that also was not powering on so I checked the main circuit board to the house and noticed the circuit breaker had been tripped off. After flicking the circuit breaker back on, the modem, printer and monitor were all powered back on, except my PC which is still dead as a dodo, no lights, no fans, nothing at all turns on. So am I correct in thinking that static electricity from buffing the case has fried the PSU? it's a Corsair RM750X and only a couple of months old. The good news is that my newly painted case looks bloody fantastic, the finish is like glass.