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I have a emachine model t3958

I turned it off from the light switch on my wall bye accident now i have NO power at all nothing happens when i hit the power button i opended the tower there is a little green light that stays on while the pc is plugged in other then that NO power at all.

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Try to reseat the power cable of the computer and power it on again

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