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It sounds as though you have a problem with the power button itself, this is on a small cicuit board beneath the top panel where the button is situated, these boards are not too expensive and eay to change providing you are competant with a screwdriver. If not I would recommend that you get a technician to take a look.
first try to use your charger into another laptop, if the the another laptop was charged using your charger, it means your battery is the problem, but if it is still not charging it means the problem is your charger. then try your battery to use it into another laptop, as same as the i mention in the charger, if they or both fine, maybe the problem is the batery terminal of your laptop.
Laptops don't normally have a reset button. If the machine won't shut down, you can hold the power button for 5 seconds or more to switch off. If this doesn't work, unplug the charger cord and remove the battery from the laptop.
This is not normally recommended, Windows should be shut down if possible.