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Sounds like you need to send it in for repair. I had sent my console to VideoGame911.com and they repaired mine at a great cost and got it back at the end of the week. Give them a try, they are cheaper than a manufacturer. Good luck!
Ok A few things to try 1.) Check the laptop on an external monitor, do you get a picture 2.) Is there power to the laptop from the battery and the charger? Try to see if the charger indicator lamp is blinking green rather than steady green 3.) Can you hear hard drive / fan noises and are there any lights on the laptop?
If the charger is blinking, indicates that power is not making the circuit, check tightness of charging port, if tight, assume fault on motherboard / blown main fuse
If picture on external monitor and not on laptop, assume backlight on screen dead or possibly the inverter
If no noises from HDD or Fan and No lights on laptop, then fault with motherboard
If you do get fan noises etc, but get BLINKING lights on laptop, assume possible fault with graphics chip, repost with details of blinking lights / colour and specific model of laptop
It sounds like the batteries have gone bad and need to be replaced. Has your chair been sitting unused for a while?
The batteries contain a gel that needs to have current run through it on
a regular basis (at least 8 hours once a week) or it will oxidize and solidify. If
you attach the charger, what will most likely happen is the green light
will either stay green or go to green after a very short time. When you
turn on the power chair, nothing happens. The charger will indicate the
batteries are full, but instead of being full of power, they are full of
crud. Your warranty will most likely not cover replacement as this is
due to customer neglect, but your insurance
may still cover the replacement batteries if you can wait for the
process to go
through. Otherwise, you will need to replace the batteries on your
own,check your Owner's Manual for the correct type which can most likely
be found at Batteries Plus or Interstate Battery. Good luck!
sounds like the power jack at back of computer has gone bad, check voltage of battery and see if it has good power if not then it is dead and not getting charged through port the jack at rear generally requires MB replacement and is very expensive and cheaper to get new laptop, u can remove HD from old lap top and copy data over. another choice is to get stand alone charger for laptop battery and use battery mode,
if battery tested good them there is slight chance power switch is bad
This might work if you aren't using the ORIGINAL charger. I had this problem when my cat chewed through the original Motorola charger. I figured my Blackberry charger would work fine, but it didn't. I then discovered that my Blackberry charger was 700mAH and the broken charger was only 550mAH. When I found another charger with the proper power it charged. I also found that it worked when plugging it into my computer with a standard mini USB. I hope this helps.