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Toshiba laptop won't turn on when plugged into the wall

My toshiba laptop won't turn on... i switched outlets and it turned on for a minute to restsart... then cut off again. the small yellow lights blink when i try to turn it on. ??? should i replace the adapter or the battery attached to the laptop? thanks!!

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