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EMachines 2824 not powering on

I have an eMachines T2824 and the unit is not wanting to power on. I have swapped the PS but it is still unresponsive. What else could it be?

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You can check also by removing the boards.you can check the mainboard outside in the box..you remove the mainboard and check if the mainboard is not shorted with another devices.

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