The main breaker was fine. I switched off the two breakers on the back of the machine and let it rest for a few minutes and then switched them back on. When I pressed the power button, the machine started. Thanks for the help.
You need to be much more descriptive.
<DC 5000 doesn't seem to want to start up when I press the power button>
So does the machine even try?
Fans start up?
Have the IOT breakers been tripped?
Have you confirmed the Mains breaker wasn't tripped as well (tested the wall outlet)
I have inherited a DC 5000 - A couple issues have happened. We had a power outage (yes I know the rip computer should have been on a battery backup) but that machine melted down. Now the DC 5000 doesn't seem to want to start up when I press the power button. Any thoughts on how I can get this machine to just power up?
Thanks in advnace
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