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Boot problem refuses to turn on power supply although power supply is good

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Please let me know what happens. Are you getting anything on the screen at all. How do you know that the power supply is good? the reason I ask this is becasue when it does not boot, and the power supply is working and nothing else. It is the power supply. Please let me know and I will help you out

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