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The laptop goes off when held by the left hand side

When you just hold the laptop by the left hand side it immediately goes off and it does no resume even after you stop holding it by that particular side

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Does it do it on battery power? Then it could be dirty contacts on the battery. If it does on outlet power (with an adapter) then suspect either something is loose inside or a bad charger port.

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