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Emachine T2890 won't power up. New power supply.

After reading some posts on this issue I went ahead and replaced the power supply, but the unit still won't power up. I am fairly certain that the old ps was fried since jumpering out the green and black wires on the main plug did not turn on the fan. The fan does work on the new ps when jumpered. The motherboard shows no visible signs of being bad, no bulging capacitors or leaks. No signs of overheating. When the power supply is turned on a green LED lights up on the motherboard but when I try to turn it on I get nothing. I also tried unplugging everything from the mb except the power supply and 1 ram card. Is there any way to verify if the mb is bad or any other suggestions?

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Move its bios jumpur on cofig mod and after some time post it its orignal post .it will ok ok Insha Allah

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