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Red power light on, making a noise but won't switch on/off

I have a red light on the power led but it won't switch on/off. Was just working on the PC and it just went off. It appears to be making a noise (fan?) but nothing on screen. Have tried turning off at plug, have checked connections and have tried holding power button in but nothing seems to be working. Can you help as am a bit stupid with these technical things!!

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    I have exactly the same problem and I'm awaiting an engineer to call. He say's it might be that hard drive is u/s??

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Hi dear customer. add fast check the electric power and voltage. latter , cheking jumper on the main board, total main boart opening the cacing out,servising total main board.

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