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Power button not responding

After moving cpu from floor to desktop (unplugged all cords prior to move) the mac does not power on. Absolutely no response, as if it is dead.

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Carefully check all the wires to be properly seated in to their respective connectors. Make sure you did not cross any connections by accident.

If the above fails and the warranty is finished on the computer, you can take the chance to open it yourself and see if there are any connectors that become loose.

If all the above fails, you will have to bring the computer to the MAC dealer for service.

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