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DELL LATITUDE D600 WON'T POWER UP AT ALL!

I bought my laptop on ebay used. When I first got it it worked fine. Now it won't come on at all. It doesn't matter if I have it plugged in with the power charger or not.

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The charger may be bad. You need to measure the output voltage at the computer end of the cord with a voltmeter. Zero volts means bad unit, but may be just the plug end wires are broken near the plug (common problem). A repair shop might be able to fix it with a new plug. A new charger is outrageously expensive.

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