Assuming you’ve installed Manjaro properly, see if this helps.
It may sound stupid but I had a similar issue on my PC. I had to change my boot-disk in bios to the one where Grub is installed.
If it’s BIOS, did you install the bootloader on your very first partition?
If it’s UEFI, did you install the bootloader on the very first partition which is a FAT32 one around 100-200mb in size with mount flags set to boot, esp from the install screen?
If you have secure boot have you tried going in to your UEFI firmware screen (usually accessed by pressing F11/Del/Esc) at boot and add the bootx64 or one of the manjaro grub id’s to the trusted boot images and move it up the boot priority?
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