Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
If the system shows no power indication when trying to power on or if you get only a momentary flash of the Power LED, then it goes off, the first point to check is the AC Adapter. If possible, try a known good adapter from another D-Series Dell. Check the LED on the AC adapter to see if it is ON before connecting it to the system. If it is and it goes out when you plug it to the system.
If the LED goes out and no other adapter is available, then I'd start with a new AC Adapter. (If you have no known good adapter available, you might try taking it to best buy and see if they can connect the system to a known good there to see if it powers on).
If replacing the AC Adapter does not resolve your issue, the motherboard is the next component to replace.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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