Question about Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook
Stick it in a big bag of rice for a day or so. The rice shoud suck all the moisture out hope it works for you as it did for me good luck
Posted on Jan 18, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove the battery and insert again. if it continues then you will have to check the power source perhaps current it not enough for charging, if it continues then you will have to get a new battery
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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The first thing I would do is see if a local shop has a power adapter for your laptop and see if they will let you try it out. If the computer comes on, then the short is somewhere in the adapter and not the computer (which should save you quite a bit of money). If the computer still doesn't come on then this likely means that there's a short inside your laptop. Usually this happens from the DC Jack on the motherboard being damaged (ie: something got inside the jack, someone tripped over the power adapter cord and broke the inside of the jack, the jack just wore out after alot of use and is shorting out somewhere inside). Most likely you'll have to have the jack replaced. This could get expensive. The laptop has to be completely disassembled to replace the jack. This is a precise process for the tech, from start to finish. There are alot of delicate parts and little screws to keep track of. There is a chance that it's something other than the jack on the motherboard. Usually this happens from some kind of liquid being dumped on the computer. If this is the case then you'll likely have to get the motherboard replaced. That will cost you $250 or more, depending on the going rate of the replacement motherboard, and the service rate of the tech doing the work.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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