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LG x110 laptop power supply problem: I let my laptop run out of battery and shut itself down. After plugging it in I noticed the battery light, which usualy stays lit, was flashing nervously. I attempted to start the computer but to no avail. I removed the battery and tried again using only plug-in power supply. No luck. Power button flashes once quickly when pressed, but nothing else happens. Without the battery the light stops flashing though. Any ideas? There were no power surges at the time.

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To be very sure of what the problem is, try to test the your laptop with a another friend's battery, or through a technician first. If it powers, then try and test the laptop again with another AC Adapter, from someone who uses the same type, or a technician.
Trying out these two things will give you a clearer and better idea of what might have gone wrong.
Hope it helps you out.
Goodluck!

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Any follow up? my lg x110 had the same problem last week, I don't know what to do. Any help is appreciated!

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