Yes, I know a similar topic has been discussed before. But most of these included macs that atleast started up, or had hard disk problems.
My Macintosh Color Classic has been sitting around untouched for close to 6 months (I think?) I decided one day to turn back up again when I was bored. I was astonished that it did not turn on at all. Before, it booted up fine, all it needed was an OS. It also had no RAM cards (it had built-in RAM)
I have researched my problem for many weeks now, none finding any joy to my mac. I even bought a new PRAM battery, no magic. I couldn't find a CUDA switch either. There is also no bong or startup sound. And yes, I am starting it from the keyboard. It turns on without the motherboard, though without a bong startup sound. (I have tried to, but no matter how fast I put the board back in I can't jumpstart it.)
Are the capicitors the problems? Do I need to recap them?
If requested, I can post a picture of the motherboard.