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Please help hi mate please can you help . i have a pretty old technics seperates there new class A and cant set them up , i was wondering if you could help as i cant find the manaul any where and its a nightmare if you dont know what ya doin , cheers

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It is possible that your power supply unit went out and will need to be replaced. Also the power button itself may have gone bad as well. It is either one or the other. Power Supply Units are located inside the box of your computer
It may be a good idea to take this in to a local shop to have this done if you have never done this before. Power button switches look like this.
Depending on your computer the power supply unit and power switch may be different as well. If you know what you are doing you can replace these pretty easily the degree of difficulty is about a 3 on a scale of 10 so not that hard all you have to do is plug in everything that came out and remember where the wires go. Mark them so that you will not forget I use a b c d on and on for each part or wire.
You can obtain a new power supply unit pretty cheap. Just take the old with you when you go to buy one. If you go online to buy one just make sure that you have the same one match the case numbers and you should be fine. Most power supply units are ATX it will tell you on the old one. I would start there and change this out. Thanks for using FixYa! please vote for me. John

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Although you didn't specify whether your system is a Desktop or a laptop, but I will just tell you some basic, possible solutions.
From what you have described, three things are very much likely to be wrong with your system, and this are :
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2. It might be as a result of a faulty VGA Adapter, if this is the case, just try and get an adapter card to replace the one inside, or let a technician do it for you also.
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I suggest buying a new power supply-it's really cheap...and I thing the motherboard is ok...most of the times the power supply takes all the damage...As in the fixing of the old power supply..well if your really ambitious about this, you could try it, but I REALLY not recomand you trying puting it on a computer ever again!Hope you'll listen to my advice!

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