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Does your monitor light up, if so, swap the lead into the tower and if it still won't turn on then you know it's not the lead.
It could be the power supply, you could try swapping for a known working unit to check.
If still won't start, then unplug everything from the motherboard (except the power supply) and turn on. It should start making lots of beeping noises. If it does, replace each plug in turn till it doesn't then you know what to replace. If it doesn't, it's probably the motherboard that's faulty.
Posted on May 05, 2013
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