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Royal 482nt cash register won't turn on

I have a Royal 482nt programmable electronic cash register that stop working. I unplugged it and had to move it. When I plugged it back up it wouldn't turn on. I waited about ten minutes and then turned it on again but I got noting. I even replaced the backup batteries, and it still won't turn on.
Can you please help me

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Pull off the top (3screws and check the fuses) - there are two fuses on the inside and this would be the first thing to check.

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