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Unplug the power supply, remove the battery then press the power button 10x or more holding each press for about 10secs. Insert the battery, plug the power supply and turn it on. If it doesn't, repeat the steps. This should remove the static electricity stuck in the mainboard.
If it turns-on, set your laptop to hybernate when you close the lid so you don't need to shutdown it anymore. If it runs out of power while in hybernation, it should start again.
Dear, Remove the battery and plug-in the power cable to the laptop and then start it. If it do start, then there is a problem with battery. I m sure your laptop is under warranty. Please go to service center.
Try to connect your PC with the battery on the power outlet if it lights and charge normally. If the lights still orange, try to open the hard disk case and pull it out then try to put it in place again. If still doesn't go, try the memory card and clean it.
But I suspect that the battery has been overly charged. Try to look for another battery of the same model if it works with another and new battery.
You have a dead battery if your battery light just keeps on flashing and your laptop only works when plugged in to the A/C. Try to take out the battery and plug your laptop in to A/C. See if it works. You might be one of the unlucky ones who got a lemon battery. Several users have enountered the same exact problem. This is an Aspire one issue. Try to contact acer and see if they will send you a new battery right away. I hope this helps.