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Pretty basic issue. Will not POST, no beeps, no indication what's wrong. I don;t have the manual, so I'm not sure what to check.

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Standard checks: that the power source isn't dead, that the power button is connected, that the memory or the processor isn't faulty.
If even after replacing them it doesn't start then the fault is in the motherboard - check the sources, especially the capacitors.

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