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Benq laptop power unit 'short'?

Thanks for your reply but I have tried it without the battery and it's still the same. I note that when the power lead is plugged in the green light goes out then blinks but no lights come on on the computer.

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The fact that the LED light on the power supply tells me that its receiving power, look where the AC adapter goes and check the pin to see if it is loose, this sounds like feedback from the computer causing the power supply light to dim or go out

let me know how you get on

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