I have this problem on my ACER Aspire 3050 Series,..the problem is the DC Power Jack,..i change the jack,.after i finish,..I charged it and then when i try to power,..it works,..but the problem is it has no display,..doesnt boot,..nothing at all,..the HDD light does not work,..the fan is good,..HDD s good,..i tried to remove all then reback it,..same problem,..
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After the battery and AC cord replacement and still not getting power there's only once culprit there and that is the motherboard of the laptop. I recommend you call Acer and have them replace it for you. Thanks
First, do you hear any beep sounds from the laptop after you switch it on?
check if any external device are attached to the laptop. If any,
disconnect all of them then try to power it up again. If it did not
work, notice the sounds of the fan & hard drive. Do you hear any? If not, then the next step in diagnosis will be: When you plug the power adapter into the power receptacle in your laptop, do you notice any spark on the DC jack? If
the answer is yes, then disconnect internal drives & connectors one
at a time & try to boot up the system each time until subsystem
with short is identified. If power input still a short with bare
motherboard, replace motherboard. If the answer is no, then your
laptop will need to be disassembled & its boards inspected for burnt
or melted components, cold solder on DC jack, open connections, or
Sounds like either the battery pack or the DC Jack has a problem.
First I would try a known good battery pack. If that does not work then more than likely it will be your dc jack. The jack itself is not very expensive and if you are good at soldering then you've got it made. If you prefer you can get a local tv shop to do the soldering for you. Good luck!