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My dell latitude wont start no fan just green light then nothing

When i try to turn on the laptop i just get a green light no power to fan
or anything.I was wondering if someone could help me?I grounded myself and took it apart,I have held the power button for over 40 seconds and tried i have taken out the battery and ac and waited,i have tried the battery seperate from the ac and vise versa,i need help is there somthing i can check on the board?I do have it completly apart at the moment,
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  • rdnckgurl Jan 24, 2009

    Also you can try removing your cdrom , memory, wireles card etc, all the removables and see if it does anything different. If it doesn't you need a motherboard

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