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does the screen not even light up? do you hear any chimes when you try to start it up?
 
are you willing to try opening it yourself? there's not much other debugging you can do at this point if it doesn't even power up, I would think, without looking inside. If lucky, perhaps just some connection has come loose, but on the other hand the fall may have physically damaged something serious like the logic board. no way to easily tell from outsideoutside if there's not even the slightest sign of life when you try to power on.
are you willing to try opening it yourself? there's not much other debugging you can do at this point if it doesn't even power up, I would think, without looking inside. If lucky, perhaps just some connection has come loose, but on the other hand the fall may have physically damaged something serious like the logic board. no way to easily tell from outsideoutside if there's not even the slightest sign of life when you try to power on.
 
the repair guide for your model should be [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/iMac_Intel_17%22|here], assuming it's identified it on the right

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does the screen not even light up? do you hear any chimes when you try to start it up?
 
are you willing to try opening it yourself? there's not much other debugging you can do at this point if it doesn't even power up, I would think, without looking inside. If lucky, perhaps just some connection has come loose, but on the other hand the fall may have physically damaged something serious like the logic board. no way to easily tell from outside.
 
the repair guide for your model should be [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/iMac_Intel_17%22|here], assuming it's identified it on the right

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are you willing to try opening it yourself? there's not much other debugging you can do at this point if it doesn't even power up, I would think, without looking insideinside. If lucky, perhaps just some connection has come loose, but on the other hand the fall may have physically damaged something serious like the logic board. no way to easily tell from outside.
are you willing to try opening it yourself? there's not much other debugging you can do at this point if it doesn't even power up, I would think, without looking insideinside. If lucky, perhaps just some connection has come loose, but on the other hand the fall may have physically damaged something serious like the logic board. no way to easily tell from outside.
 
the repair guide for your model should be [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/iMac_Intel_17%22|here], assuming it's identified it on the right

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are you willing to try opening it yourself? there's not much other debugging you can do at this point if it doesn't even power up, I would think, without looking inside
are you willing to try opening it yourself? there's not much other debugging you can do at this point if it doesn't even power up, I would think, without looking inside
 
the repair guide for your model should be [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/iMac_Intel_17%22|here], assuming it's identified it on the right

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are you willing to try opening it yourself? there's not much other debugging you can do at this point I would think, without looking inside
 
the repair guide for your model should be [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/iMac_Intel_17%22|here], assuming you'veit's identified it correctlyon the right
the repair guide for your model should be [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/iMac_Intel_17%22|here], assuming you'veit's identified it correctlyon the right

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are you willing to try opening it yourself? there's not much other debugging you can do at this point I would think, without looking inside
 
the repair guide for your model should be [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/iMac_Intel_17%22|here]http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/iMac_Intel_17%22|here], assuming you've identified it correctly
the repair guide for your model should be [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/iMac_Intel_17%22|here]http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/iMac_Intel_17%22|here], assuming you've identified it correctly

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are you willing to try opening it yourself? there's not much other debugging you can do at this point I would think, without looking inside
 
the repair guide for your model should be [http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/iMac_Intel_17%22|here]

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are you willing to try opening it yourself? there's not much other debugging you can do at this point I would think, without looking inside

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