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My hp pavillion dv6700 laptop wont switch on... help! pressing the power button doesnt switch on my laptop.. even the blue quick access buttons wont work.. i tried removing the battery and putting it back on but wouldnt give any positive result.. help pls..

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  • unninandu12 Jul 01, 2009

    hmm.. no :( the led indicators wont light up.. those three stay dead.. (btw.. thanks fr responding)

  • Ronald Arthur
    Ronald Arthur May 11, 2010

    do you have a any led indicators coming on and which one???

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cpu is not getting the power coz the smps is not supplyin power to it so change ur smps or chk its wires

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This is a dumb question i'm going to ask but is the power cord plugged in. Mine recently killed over. Come to find out it was the battery pack, which was fully charged, just didnt work anymore.

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