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M120 will not power up - no lights, nothing

Following a vacation break during which the Mirra was powered down, and a UPS glitch during subsequent power up, my M120 is now completely dead. Suspecting a PSU problem rather than anything more drastic, I am wondering who might be able to diagnose/repair it without data loss.

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If your unit is completely dead it was most likely hit by a power surge during your trip (if it was plugged in). It can still have contained damage. You will not lose data if you remove the left panel and take a look at the power supply where the cord enters the machine). You may have to replace the power supply.
Of course, before repair, check to make sure you outlet is working properly.

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Hi,

Yes this is a PSU issue and requires a physical presence of a tech to fix this.

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Does the UPS start?

if it starts the problem can be inside cabinet .. mostly smps

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The Geek Squad at Bestbuy can do this. They are rather pricy though.

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