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My G4 866 will not Power up


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I own a G4 866 Quick silver, recently there was a power outage in my neighborhood.After this incident I powered on my system once but subsequent attempts to power it up were unsuccessful. When I press the power button the white light will flicker for a moment then die off. I need help.
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