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Hi! Please remove the battery and power cord from the laptop then wait for 60 secs. and connect the power cord only and try to power on if the laptop do not power on then either dc jack or the power circuit board is defective.
well if the laptop worked till there was charge in the secondry battery its an issue with the cord or the port that connects the powercord to the laptop. ie the inlet on the laptop. check these two as well.
it happens some times dont panic check the switch button is it on or not check the power cord is correctly inserted after that take the battery off wait for 15 mins put the power cord in the laptop turn on the laptop and try to move the lid up and down i hope it will work for you sir.
It's one of two things, the more likely of the two is that that battery is totaly shot, laptop battery's are usually only good for 1.5 years then loose there ability to retain a charge. It sounds like that one's just done. Unfortunatly that those batterys cost more than there worth, 100 bucks or more.
The second possibility is the power cord, is that the original power cord for that? Or was on that was bought aftermaket, some aftermarket chargers will only power your laptop and not charge. Also remove the battery and check for corrison. You can build your own battery fot a a laptop if got a few hours time, and are good with a soldering gun. You get the litium ion cells you need for about 40 bucks.
Follow the below link for a step by step on how to build your own battery