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Will not turn on, no lights at all

Sister used power adapter with correct voltage (19v) but incorrect amp (4.74a). now even with correct adapter (19v @ 3.95a) no lights come on and unit will not power on. I don't know the first thing about taking one apart so detailed instructions are needed. unit is a Toshiba Satelite M65-S9063

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Try to remove the battery, and plug it into the wall. If it then boots, your battery has failed. This happens frequently. If it still wont boot you will need to take to someone to see if the board has died or other issues. Hope this helps

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