The computer was not booting up (no beep), I did almost everything (Taking RAM, Graphics card out, cleaning everything, replacing cmos etc etc).
Power was going to the motherboard as CPU fan was on. There was no main power light (blue) on the CM 690 but the hard disk light was always RED irrespective of whether the disk was connected or not.
It just happened randomly that just moving/pushing the wires on the front panel (3 in count) made the power light blink very fast. I switched off the main power, pushed the wires little bit in and powered back on.
The system booted with no problems at all. After 4-5 hours the system just froze the it wont boot up again. Then I again moved/pushed the wires little bit, powered on and it started.
This has happened couple of times now and I am practically unable to solve this problem. My guess is that maybe the wires have got loose and need a little bit of soldering due to which sometimes there is some electricity short circuit which hangs the system.
Any ideas or advice on this matter?