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HP DV6000 Notebook - Dead/No Post

So, I know HP issued an 'enhanced warranty', mine's OOW. Here's the issue:
Its a dv6119us, Turion 64x2/120gb sata/1gb DDR2/Nvidia Integrated. When plugged in, the LED ring around the connector comes on(blue light, indicates power adapter is plugged in), and the Battery Charge Indicator LED comes on. Pressing power button has no effect(No post, no fan activity, no beeps, no sounds/noise, nothing); Here's the known's:
Power adapter is good
Battery is good
Power button pcb is good
CPU, memory, Optical drive, HDD, heatsink/fan assy, and ALL removable parts, are good.
LCD is good

Somewhere, the command to 'power on' is lost between the power button PCB and bios.

Does anyone actually know what's causing this? What it is specifically on the motherboard that died? If I need to re-solder an smd, that's no problem, I just need to know which one it is!

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    Haden F Feb 10, 2009

    And, as stated above, the RAM is tested and known good, the RAM has of course been reseated, CPU is tested and good, and I'm not concerned about the warranty - its oow (out of warranty) anyway. I'm looking for the specific issue on the motherboard.

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Try reseating the RAM. If there are two RAM modules remove them and insert one of them at a time in the DIMM 1 slot, and boot up the laptop.
If possible test the RAM in another laptop.
There is a possibility you have a dud CPU.

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    Chris Hingee Feb 10, 2009

    If it is still under warranty get HP to repair it, if you damage something you will void your warranty.

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    Chris Hingee Feb 10, 2009

    Most laptops won't boot up or appear dead when the RAM is faulty or the RAM modules need reseating to re-establish electrical contact with the motherboard.

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All I know is wife's did the same and they replaced the board, not repaired it.Hers was out of warranty and they fixed it free

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