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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP Pavilion N5190
I will take it that you have (of cause!) tried it with a new fuse in the plug....so forgetting THAT fix, the only things to do are:
1. Remove the battery and plug the laptop in to the mains. IF IT BOOTS then you have a short in the battery compartment electronics. This is beyond most people to fix so take it to a repair center.
2. IF RUNNING FROM BATTERY: Check that the battery fits snug and that it is not loose.
3. IF RUNNING FROM MAINS: Check that the power connector (In to the laptop) is not worn or loose and that the power socket (wall) is on and/or is working.
4. Try it with another adapter. If you dont have one, nip down to your local computer shop and just ask them to plug it in to a known working adapter to eliminate the possibility that your adapter is not working....or take your adapter to them and get them to plug in it to check if it is working...either way you eliminate the adapter as the problem.
5. IF and I say IF you are up to the task...then strip down the laptop and using a magnifying glass look at the mircofuses around the power input socket to see if there are any that have broken or if their are ANY dark or burnt looking ones...or if the motherboard around them looks dark as if it has overheated.
If this is the case you really need to either get it repaired or buy a new motherboard as a power spike may have caused the damage.
I do hope that this helps you, but laptops are hard to fix...even if you know what to look for...and the cost of a repair may be more than it is worth.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
you need to remove the front screen bezel (remove the screws and unsnap the cover)
then unplug the Pink and White Power Plug to the LCD Bulb..... Also Unplug the Display cable Plug from the other end of the inverter... Unscrew the inverter from the screen and remove/replace
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
did you make sure that the fan is running? also alot of people run their laptops on the bed. thats a no no. the computer does not get air and it can damage the cpu
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
Go to this link and Download/Install any & all Updates for your Operating System.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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