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I recently moved my computer into another room in my house. So I unplugged everything, went to set it back up plugged everything back in and nothing. My monitor works, but there is nothing happening on the tower, no light, no fan, no nothing. Everything worked fine before I moved it. I don't know what to do Please Help

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Does the power supply have its own power switch?

It is located next to where the power wire plugs into the back of the PC.

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