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I would expect the Power Supply is ruined, and maybe even the entire unit has been damaged. Look with Power Spikes, you can often get Insurance coverage for this event. You need to take it to a reputable repair place and if they agree that it has suffered a Power Surge/Strike, they write a report and you can claim insurance. I write reports like this for customers quite a bit.