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My dell laptop latitude d610 won't power on, I tried removing battery for 24 hours, stil won't work, Before, this happens but I just remove the battery then after 12 hours you can turn it on again but in this last case, it won't power on at all

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It might be something to do with your power jack on your laptop which is pretty easy to replace if you have soldiering capabilities.

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I am assuming your battery is dead and when you plug it in and turn it on nothing happens?
You can also try taking the battery out and try to power it on with the AC Adapter plugged in.

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Turn off laptop, Remove the battery and the power cable and press the power button for about 30 seconds.

Check for light on AC adapter.
Try with battery alone. Try with AC adapter alone.

Try with a different adapter of the same kind.

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the problem is not the battery; what has happened is the coolant paste that pulls the heat away from the cpu (main) chip to the fan has dried up. you must remove the fan/heat exchanger off the motherboard and, put new paste on the chips that the heat exchanger sits on
radio shack sells the paste

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remove the battery and start the machine on AC power only, see if this helps

keep us informed

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