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Dell inspiron want charge nor start up

When connected to the charger the display light don't come on. I've tried usung a different charger and battery, same issue. I've placed it to charge for 4 hrs straight and it still wont power up.

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    when the cord is plugged in the wall and the computer, the cord's light starts to blink

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Since when the problem arised, is it under warranty? Either the connector or terminal worn out. It need to be replaced. Let me know if the Laptop bootup or not.

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