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No power at all on Acer 5570Z

Was working then all of sudden dead...no lights nothing at all.

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  • asian_babe20 Apr 18, 2009

    It was working 12 hours and all of a sudden "dead". It was connected to power supply but screen is black and says Warning critical battery low. I tried to remove battery and plug it to the power supply but still dead.

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Failed power supply or a shortage on your laptop.

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