Question about Dell LATITUDE Computers & Internet
Alex. I feel like this could be a battery issue. Can you remove the battery and try to power on the machine without it? If it powers on it may be the battery. If not, It could be the charger, The Daughterboard/IO board or the motherboard. I would bank on the battery though. If it does turn out to be the battery, Please be sure to purchase a Dell OEM battery as a replacement this will help to ensure best functionality and warranty coverage durring the life of the computer. I hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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