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My Toshiba L10 will not switch on the power supply is ok and plugged in and there is a blue light on to say power cord is connected but still will not power up, any ideas?

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Do you have a known good ac adapter to try it with? Or is that ac adapter you were saying lights on powering on a different computer?Try to test both to check the functionality of the ac adapter and the port. If ac adapter will work with a different pc, then possibly the port is damaged. You may need to replace the motherboard. If still it wont turn on, then you may just need to replace the ac adapter.

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