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Toshiba P-15 s420 will not start without disassembly

If I leave it on AC everything is fine. If I unplug it by the next morning battery is died and it will not start until I take the top off and physically push the power button on the mother board. I put it back together it restarts fine.

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I cant get ur question clearly, clearify ur problem in deail

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