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Lap top computer power problem

My wife got a digital camera memory card stuck in the lap top. thought we may be able to get it out by loosening the screws on the bottoma and getting to it that way. we saw we couldnt get to it so we screwed the screws back in and tried to turn the computer back on but nothing happened. we get not power at all the battery is full and have also tried using the power cord. the lights come on showing the power cord is working but the computer will not turn on it isnt getting power? any advice would be appreciated.

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Screws, if overtightened or replaced with the incorrect size (i.e., too long a screw), can somtimes cause a board to short. Try taking the screws out completely and then see what happens. It's also possible your laptop may have a bad power supply as a result of the case having been taken apart or put together incompletely. If the first step doesn't work have it diagnosed by a competent repair person . Also, you may consider trying one of eBay's "laptop power" repair services postings. Some offer to replace your power supply fitting (rear plug) for about $50 plus shipping.

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