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No power unpluged my desktop for 20 mins then pluged back in and still wont turn on

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  • scott 0007 Jan 18, 2008

    my wireless modem blinks so it has power but it wont turn on

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Kindly check the cable that is put in your PSU or on/off switch. Maybe you accidentally put it off. If you have Multi Tester you can check the PSU (Power Supply Unit) if there is conection in your PSU.

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