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The wires will only connect in the right places. If you haven't been inside before the problem started, then there is nothing to worry about in that respect, cables don't just unplug themselves. There is a very good chance that the power supply itself has failed. They aren't expensive and are easy to fit. Just take a photo of the inside before you remove the old one, it will make it easier to refit the new one.
You can try tracing back the wires from the power button on the front panel to the motherboard, look at the prongs it is plugged into. Pull off the power button wires, and use a screwdriver to make contact with the prongs the power button was plugged into. This is a way to bypass the power button switch to eliminate it as a cause for not starting up.
Heat sink switches? I have to assume that you're talking about a dead mother board but the fans and the LED on the mother board are OK? This is a classic eMachines problem. Their power supplies glitch and take out the mother board sometimes the power supply goes bad too.
have you try to test your power supply if it actually works? try 2 remove it from your pc plug the power chord on it and short the GREEN and BLACK wires using a pin or any conductor u can use. see if it turn on lights and fan turns on when you do that.