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Flashing Charging Light on AC Power

When I connect my Laptop to the AC adapter, the charging led flashes quickly and the pc will not power up even if I take the battery out. I have tried 3 different batteries and 2 AC chargers. When I put the original battery in it does not flash but quickly goes from orange to green and when I press the power button all of the LED's go out and nothing happens so I assume the battery is at the end of it's life and there is not enough power to start the system. I think the problem is the power regulator as the system will not work even with the battery taken out and the constant flashing is because there isn't enough power to give a steady charge rate.

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