You are going to have to buy a new processor now. If any of the pins get bent. it is all over for you man. Sorry to tell you the bad news. How did this happen. Was you trying to put it back in and bend the pins? That is a very common thing that happens.
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Either there's something inside that's stopping it closing properly or the hinges have been deformed and are not working correctly. So clear out the oven and try door. Otherwise inspect hinges carefully for deformation. If necessary remove door and hinges. Carefully try to reshape the hinges. If this fails you need new hinges
Try swapping the power button connection with the reset button connection. Then to turn on your computer you will need to press the reset button. If that works you have a faulty power button. Otherwise try using a different PSU. One that you know works. If that doesn't help the motherboard will have to be replaced.
verify that the monitor is working if you can. Is the hard drive lite lighting up, If not try removing and reseating the ram. if the hd lite in on then it would sound like the graphics card is out, try replacing it.
kind of you did but did you check your processor it can have some problem like not put in correctly or if its a pin processor then one or more of the pins on the bottom might have broken down while putting it in. before you even turn on the computer check on the motherboard if the led light is on if it is not then it is not getting any power. you should also check the fan on the processor if it is working or not.
You need to check with the motherboard maker. A manual would tell you and you might be able to get the info online if you search for the above model number, find the manufacturer and look up the specs. It needs to have the same socket(form factor) and support the bus speed of the new one. Replacing a CPU is straightforward but non trivial.
The Kitchenaid food processors have a few safety features implimented. If the unit is not assembled properly, this may prevent the unit from turning on. I am thinking this is an issue of assembly because the light is on, so the unit is definitely getting power.
Proper assembly is below:
If it isn't all ready, please disassemble the entire unit. This means removing the blade and/or disc, blade, removing work bowl, work bowl lid, and blade.
Start by placing the work bowl onto the motor base. The work bowl handle should be facing at 9 o'clock, which is out to your left. Rotate the handle downward until it locks in at the 6 o'clock position, which will lock over the center of the button panel.
Repeat the process with the work bowl lid. The blade does not need to be present for the motor to engage, if this is an assembly issue.