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Sounds like the battery is in trouble (discharged) or the charger is bad. If you have access to a voltmeter, read the voltage across the power cable plug with the pack plugged into the house outlet socket. Does a lamp work when plugged into the same socket? If the pack checks ok, then the battery may not be able to receive charge. Have it checked by a dealer.
A Blinking Amber or Yellow power button means that the power supply is receiving power from the source but is unable to properly distribute it to the components. This can be caused by a defective power supply or a defective motherboard. Power supply is easier and cheaper to replace. Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please show your appreciation by rating your experience. Thank You.
It could be that your motherboard might be dead. Do you plug your pc into a surge protector, as sometimes there could be a surge of power that could blow circuits on the mobo. Did your computer BEEP at you. I know that sounds daft but all pc do a post b4 booting and if there is a problem the computer BEEPs, not exaclty handy as it tells you there is a prob, but not what it is. Is the pc still under warranty. If it is then go to makers site and ask the tech guys there. If not, are you competent to take pc apart and check the internal components. It could be something simple to fix, like a loose processor fan, power couplings coming loose, or possibly your RAM has blown.
if you can supply any more details than whats in your post it would help out alot.