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Pc will not power up. Green light on power switch blinking like a slow stobe light. I tried un plugging it, did not work. I tried swicthing it to 240v, then back to 120v did not work. I tried an alternate power source did not work. I tried holding the start button down plugged in, and not plugged for 10 seconds did not work.

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    Chinmay patil May 11, 2010

    do you hear any beep sounds ?

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The power supply is shot. Best suggestion is to replace it. You need to make sure it is replaced with the same model power supply. Check online for a replacement unit.

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