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Have a gateway desk top PC S/No XAB59 I10 03615. We leave it on when we go to bed. It powers down after so many hours. Usually in the middle of the night. This morning it won't turn on. Tried unplugging everything, and plugging just the CPU into the wall...nothing. Tried a different power cord, unplugged all, pushed the power button for 20 seconds, plugged in and tried again...still nothing. Any ideas?

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