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I have just fixed an Aspire 7250 with following symptoms: Only blue Power LED or battery charge LED come on, fan spins, no backlight, no video either on internal screen or VGA output. Problem solved desolderig BIOS flash chip (W25Q16) and flashing BIOS 1.10 with an universal programmer.
It is possible that the connector inside the laptop is damaged. It would still show that power is getting to the unit, but not to the parts inside. I would think the internal connector needs replacing.
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A quick look on the Internet and the DELL support side indicates the flashing caps lock light is the result of a SDRAM memory fault. It flashes 10 times, after which all led lights above the keyboard go off.have you installed new memory lately? Maybe it cam loose. If not swapping out the memory may solve your problem.
The flashing orange LED is a Battery Critically Low indication.
If the Windows Battery Meter and the BIOS do not show the batteries charging then there may circuit problem in your battery.
If you can, try battery in another system, if you can't, I'd try a new battery before doing any hardware changes to the system