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It won't turn on at all

I reassembled it because the speakers on the left side weren't working, so i fixed that problem, but now it won't turn on at all..
when i connect it to the computer and hold the power button it turns off so it isn't the inside
is it in pause, reset mode or something?

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Re: It won't turn on at all

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it was just the battery

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