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Machine will not power up

Used the machine this AM. Moved the equipment to a new location. After re-connecting eery thing, the machine will not power up. Checked inside the box and everything seems connected.
Any suggestions

Chris

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  • ceeandbee Mar 28, 2008

    The second opinion I was looking for came in as the same as the one discovered by the geeks at Best Buy. There is an apparent problem with the MB. The quickest way to get the machine back into production was, in my opinion, to just replace the board, which I am having done.

    Thanks for all your suggestions and hope my experience with this emachine helps someone else.

    Chris, Benicia, california

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Power out let ok ?

fuse on the power cord ok ?

if all ok then it could be the internal fuse in the power supply unit
dont try and replace it you need a new 1

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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    Brian Connelly Mar 29, 2008

    yeah thax for the rate realy happy for u



    enjoy the un needed cost u have just waisted

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