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unplug power cord from laptop
press and hold power button for a least one minute while power cord and battery are removed
insert power cord only
turn on laptop
laptop should turn on without battery installed
if it does not turn on you probably have some motherboard issues
then install battery if it still does not turn ...and try to turn on
it still may turn on...I have seen stranger things happen with computers
you may also want to try another power cord if you have an extra...the power cord may not be allowing enough power to travel thru cord
I would try this:
take the battery out
unplug the charger
turn upside down
hold power button down for 1 min
keep holding power button down as you turn over the laptop
while still holding power button down plug in charger and try to power on
are there any lights on the laptop when its plugged in like the charging light , does the power ***** have a light on it that turns on if neither of those turn on then its hyour power adapter thats it. if they do turn on msg me back
Try switching the outlets that you're using the power your laptop. You may have a faulty outlet which could be why it isn't giving off any power to the power cord. Next, try unplugging your power cord, then taking out the battery, plugging back in the power cord and turning your laptop back on. If the laptop turns on, the problem may be with your laptop's battery. If the laptop still doesn't turn back on, put the battery back into your laptop, and see if it works. If it still doesn't work, try taking it to a place like Geek Squad in Best Buy.
first you need to do some troubleshooting, if you try turn it on with the remote, now try pressing the power button on the tv, check your power cord. Also try to do a power reset by disconnecting the cable from the power outlet, then press and hold down the power button on the tv not the remote for 30 seconds. release it plug it in to the power outlet and try to turn it on. If the issue continues, then your power supply board is damaged.
Try this! There should be a power button on the bottom of the panel that has to be depressed for the television to power on. It is the main power supply button and without it there is no power going into the TV.
You can try to remove that battery and try to turn it on again.
Sometimes this will happen if that don't work the remove the power supply and try to turn it on.
If you see the blue light around the power input then it's obviously getting power but it's redirecting it somehow which brings us to the battery again heh.
Let me know if this does not work
Make sure all the cables are plug in tightly from the back of the monitor going to the PCU or your tower, try using or plugging power cable to different power source as well... Thanks for using fixya!!
What you should try now is to try and power the laptop while it is ONLY on battery power. If that doesn't work, then pull the battery out and try and turn it on while ONLY on outlet power. If it works while only on battery power, you probably have a failed power adapter. If it only works on outlet power, you probably have a failed battery. If neither method gets different results, it's likely to be a failed component on the motherboard.