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Ive just brought a hp pavilion p6551,plugged everything in and the monitor will not come on,ive also tried plugging into my television which is a lcd flatscreen,also tried ctrl alt and delete and still nothing

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Are at least the leds for power and hard disk working? Do you hear something from it ? If not then it doesn't receives power: the wall socket is faulty; the power cable is faulty; the power button on the source is off; the source is set on the wrong voltage. 
If none of the above are true then it's a hardware fault - return the pc immediately.

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