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It sounds like a fault to its power transition section circuit. Actually, this circuit is built inside the mother board to your laptop.
Please contact the authorized service center, and describe and show them the problem you do experience now, with your laptop. It can be rectified. Gopakumar Gopalan Google
Remove battery and power lead for 30 seconds, then plug both back and start up again. If you still have the same problem, please let us know if any lights (power, hard disk activity) show when you try and start the laptop.
Remove the main battery from the laptop and try power, if it works the battery is bad, if no change the charger needs to be checked for proper voltage. Since your laptop is less than a year old you should have warranty for up to the year, check this asp and find your paperwork should verify.
the charging port and or motherboard is grounding out that is to say positive and negitive coming together wont damage the charger once you plug the charger out of thhe laptop and outlet then plug back to outlet the light will return has to be look at by a technician
Some laptops have issues when you run them leaving the battery plugged in. Shut the machine off. Remove the charger, remove the battery. Hold the power button on the machine to disapate all of the residual power. Do this for about a minute. Put the machine back together and leave the battery out. Turn it on with only the power supply. If the problem resets, then your battery is at fault. If not then your charger might be shot or the invertor inside the laptop is fried. Time to get a new one (Laptop or Charger).
It sounds like one of the most frequent failure for a laptop, the plug on the back of your laptop is probably broken. Check if it's loose, try to move the plug until you get the orange light. If it's the case, someone need to resolder/replace the plug on the motherboard.