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Keyboard, mouse, screen do not function?

Changed a fan (heat sync) in my dell power edge 1600 and reconnected all. turned on the machine and the keyboard, mouse, screen are not funtioning? Any suggestions what to do next?

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You may have a bad mother board or power supply,however try a few of these,bare bone the system,no mouse keyboard,only monitor,remove all internal cards,power on.If no go remove memory ,power on if you get beep tones the motherboard is good.Question for you did the fan turn during these steps.Do you have a amber light on the power button,if you do the answer is you have a bad power supply.
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