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T23 Dropped and will not turn on

T23 dropped while in standby mode. All lights, battery, standby and power, stayed on. When i tried to wake it up there was no response. I took out the battery to shut it off and now get no response with battery or power cord. It will not turn on or even make a murmur. Where should i start?

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I hate to say this, but it sounds like Lenovo Service is where you need to start at this point.

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