I think i've just blown my psu, i tried switching it on, knowing that it was making a short with the paper clip i was using, didnt work. I noticed that the main power block that the psu was connected to wasnt powering on my speakers nor my monitor so i went to the fuse box and noticed one of the fuses was tripped, switched it back to on, checked my speakers and monitor and they were working so i thought great my psu will be working now.
I tried turning it on, and it didnt work, so i thought the fuse was blown on the kettle lead (im in the uk so the fuses are inside the mains plugs). Tried a different kettle lead, and when i tried switching on the psu, i heard the loudest bang go through my house, not sure what it was but the fuse on the main box was tripped to off again, i switched it back to on, speakers and monitor were once again working fine. The psu however is i think screwed. The power switch on the back of it is not permanently on the on position. What should i do? how come this happened? I was able to short the psu couple of days ago when i was leak testing.