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WONT POWER ON!

Just got a pc and it has three hard drives- two on raid, also dvdrw a dvdrom and a cdrom all linked but my problem is that it worked for a while now it has turned itself of and wont power on but out of every say 20 attemps top ower on on one of them it will do so then power itself off again after a couple of seconds.
help please
all power leads are inserted properly and are seated right

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It can be the issue of faulty power supply  just check out the fan in the power supply is it moving properly or not if it is getting stopped the power supply can be faulty.also check out the fan on mother board processor it can also be the issue of not getting the pc on.also check out the CMOS battery.it may be faulty.just remove and reinsert the battery again and check also check out replacing the battery.

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