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I have a HP NC 6120 laptop.I have the batt in and the PS plugged in.All that happens is the Charge Light Blinks yellow 6 times then green 1 time,repeats.At the sametime the power light comes on for 6 sec.The whole process repeats.Could this be a bad batt?Won't run on AC alone either.

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Hi,
Remove the battery and then press the power button for 45 sec then refix the battery and check that the machine is turning on or not?
If the laptop is not working on AC alone then this is the issue with the converter which is there on the motherboard.

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