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Laptop will not power up after being unplugged during a storm

I uplugged my laptop last night because of a storm and when I plugged it back in this morning, it will not power up.

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Try taking the battery out and leaving it out, then plugging it in and see if it works on power. If it does, unplug it and try seeing if the battery works again.. If not, the battery is faulty and needs replacement.

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