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IWILL ZMAX-AP, usb ports at the front light up on connecting power, press the start button, there is a brief flicker of life then nothing, hold the start button in and the brief flicker of life just repeats. Removed everything (apart from CPU) does this mean the motherboard has a fault?

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Hi there, just my 2 cents w., maybe its due to PSU, the power does not start completely when you have problems wit the PSU, just check this out, could the solution to your problem...Good Luck!

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Power supply issue. replace power supply

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