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Does the power light comes on? Try a power drain. Disconnect the adapter, remove the battery, press and hold down the power button for 10 seconds. Put the battery back and the adapter and try to turn it on. Still no display? Take it to an Acer repair center.
Turn off notebook. Remove the battery. Press Power button. Notebook should start working. Wait for 15 secs. If the screen still blank press Power button and hold it for approx. 4 seconds until notebook is powered off. Then press power button again. Bingo, problem should be solved.
1/ Take a close look at the display in bright light; can you see anything there? (If so then the CCFL (or its power supply) needs replacing on the display
2/ hook up an external monitor and see if that works (or at least if the light stays green on the monitor)
3/ Any boot beep? any "Windows sound"?
4/ try removing the battery and (using only external power) see if it starts.
4/ remove the battery AND the external supply, hold the power switch in at least 30 seconds. Hoojk it up again, try it.
This will be in the Display settings. Which will be set to reduce the power for display properties. Also Check that your charger is plugged in and working Correctly. Laptops automatically dim on Battery Power to save Power.