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Well, my first guess would be a blow fuse, did you check for that? But if you smelled something burning, then even if the fuse did blow, it failed to protect something; probably the main power transformer. That's a coil of wire in a sort of square shape that should be near the fuse. Its hard to tell if they're burnt sometimes, but it may need replacement. Please upload a few pictures so we can have a look too.
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This would have damaged the power supply, most likely not harming any other parts. Fuses do not smell when they blow so something else was damaged. I would suggest looking for a similar revision that has a blown laser or other trouble and use the power supply from that.