You see no flashing of the power button LED? Plug headset/speakers into front panel port and see if you hear anything when you power on.
Thank you very much to N. Scott Pearson for the information posted previously.
Besides trying the suggestion above, I just wanted to check a few details:
Which is the model of the memory RAM you are using, do you see a part number on it so I can check the specifications?
Did you test it on different outlets?
Even though you are no getting power light but the fan is working, it means it is getting power, so, the problem could be the monitor or the video cable you are using.
Are you sure the monitor and the video cable you are using are working fine?
Any questions, please let me know.
I RMA's it...it was faulty, and the irony is it was the replacement for an earlier RMA on the same model that simply decided to stop working. This was my first experience with Intel NUC's and my second with Intel boards and neither was w good experience. Intel's CPUs are a hell of a lot better than its PCs. I doubt I'd by an Intel board again.
Hhmmm, is this the same memory that you used in the original unit? If so, it is entirely possible that this memory is the culprit and not the NUC...