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Dell Latitude Notebook D600

Shutdown completely while I was using it. Power cord was plugged in and light on power box was lit. When I press the power on/off button I get no response, not a light or a power hum. What do you think the problem might be and how do I fix it or get it fixed?

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You may try
1) check the battery charging light is on or off, if off
2) take out the battery and power on
- if ok then put back the battery then power off and power on.
- if not ok go next
3) sometimes D600 cause adapter problem with the sentre pin so you need change another adapter to test as well
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The laptop probably overheated.
I would get a cooler for the laptop they sell them at wal-mart or stores such as that one.
It's a small thin table like that the laptop sits on and it has 2 fans pointing up at the bottom of the laptop.
Unplug the power supply then hit the on button and try it if it don't work unplug the battery then try that.
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