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Computer won't turn on.

It won't turn on. All cord have been checked.

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There must be a problem with your power switch on your computer casing, or motherboard or power supply.

Detach your power supply and try this, to check if your power supply really works. If the auxiliary fan will turn, your power supply is good
Computer won't turn on. - 25627818-lfqggqo5gl3n2v4xynrvsb5u-5-0.jpg Testing your power supply and motherboard as seen on photo
If the cpu cooling fan and power supply did not turn the fan, but you have checked already the power supply that is working then you can conclude that your motherboard is need to be replace. But the power supply and motherboard and working, meaning to say your computer casing need to be replace or try fixing the contact of the switches attach to your casing.

Have a good day.

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