PowerEdge 840 will not start, power light blinking gree

Hello, just picked up a PowerEdge 840 server with a RAID drives.  The power went off in the office for a long extended period of time and now when I start the server the power light goes on and the hard drive lights stay solid.   I get nothing on the monitor and the mouse and keyboard appear to have no connection.

I powered the server down (holding in the power button for 30 seconds) and the power light flashes green.

Not sure if this is a mother board or power supply.  Power is going to the system but the fan from the cpu does not turn on.

Any thoughts?
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
what condition are the A/B/C/D lights (on, off, yellow, green)?
tucktechAuthor Commented:
all lights are off
Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
according to the hardware manual, looks like the power supply is the problem
tucktechAuthor Commented:
Change out power supply, it did not work.  However I connected the RAID controller into a newer Dell Server, used the power supply from the old server to power the RAID controller and was able to boot and logon to the server.  It looked like a set of twins connected at the hip.   I have the data and a complete good backup... did not fix the server.. not worth saving or spending any more time on.

Thanks for your comments Seth

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tucktechAuthor Commented:
Seth provided the best answer available but it did not fix the root cause of the server problem.  At this point the problem is not worth fixing as I did get the data.
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