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NO TURN ON MY TOSHIBA SATELLITE 5105-S501 ,WHEN I TRY TO TURN ON THE LAPTOP KEEP BLINKING THE AC LIGHT POWER , BUT NO TURN ON

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  • Jorge Sep 28, 2008

    nothing happen...thanks :(

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Unplug the power, remove the battery.
Wait 1 minute.
Put the battery back, plug in the laptop
Try the power.

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

  • John Hong
    John Hong Sep 28, 2008

    Can you watch the flashing closely and determine if there is a pattern to the flashes.

    Example: 6 flashes a pause and then 7 flashes

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