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I have no power to my HP vs 17e. It appears that

I have no power to my HP vs 17e. It appears that the fuse is good. Any suggestions? Power cord is good as well. I don't remember a power surge. It sets next to another computer and screen.

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This is a powerboard problem,look for bad caps(blowing up)
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