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No Power To My emachine

My e machine does not turn on. i have a mother board that shows that the power is going through the board but not one of the cooling fans turn on or the light on the power switch come on i have replaced the power supply with a known good one.

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Hi,

It is entirely possible that the power switch itself has come loose from the case, actually inside the case where it is normally held in place by some type of clip, or even silicone "goo". You may be pressing the button on the outside of the case, but the actual, switch is not being pressed.

You can sometimes see if this is the problem from the side of the front panel, other times you will have to remove the front of the case and verify that the actual switch is in its proper position and held in place.


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