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Step by step troubleshooting.
Verify power outlet is good
Verify power adapter is good
verify connection to computer is good
fully charge battery
Check power source, plug known good light into AC receptical.
If AC cord has connector to power block verify it is properly seated.
plug adapter into AC outlet
Verify Power is present at power connector with another similar computer or voltmeter. (12V to 20V)
When plugged into computer, charge (not power) indicator MUST light either red, amber, or green. If not, connector on computer may be broken.
leave overnight or until charge light is green
turn on normally.
most likely causes:
- loose connector
- broken wire from power adapter
- broken power plug on computer.
- anything else is probably beyond ur capabilities to fix.
You must have configured OUTLOOK on your computer to access your electronic "mailbox" that was created when you signed-up to use AT&T for your Internet access.
Only the E-mail sent to your '@yahoo.com' ID can be accessed through the "Yahoo! Mail" web-site.
So, setup E-mail "forwarding" through AT&T, so that all E-mail sent to your AT&T mailbox is "auto-forwarded" to your '@yahoo.com' mailbox. Then, use "Yahoo! Mail" in your web-browser to view your E-mail.
It would appear that you have a broken connection on the power connector on the motherboard of the laptop or a broken wire on the AC adapter. Repair of the connector on the motherboard could run about $125-$150 at a trustworthy repair shop. AC adapter replacement may be $25 over EBay.
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The jack has probably been ripped loose from the circuit board by repeated use over time. The jack must be de-soldered, then epoxy glued to the circuit board. Once the glue sets, the original connections need to be replaced with short sections of wire to bridge the broken portions of printed circuit. A relatively simple repair if done carefully. Hope this helps!
you can see the problem if the battery in not charging or not loading some current. you can do this by unplugging the adapter on the outlet. if the unit turned off then the battery is defective. replace it. now if the problem is the adapter, you can see by removing the battery then plug the adapter to the unit and in the outlet. if the unit didn't turn on, the the adapter is defective. replace it.
You adapter may be faulty, check it with a multi-meter, the voltage reading for a functioning adapter should be slightly higher than the voltage that is printed on the label on the adapter. If you do not get a voltage reading then the adapter is faulty and you need to get a replacement adapter.
If you get a reliable voltage reading at the adapter plug, then connect it into the laptop and wriggle this plug. If the charge LED blinks. then the power connector on the laptop is loose/faulty and needs repairing.
Most likely your problem is caused by a loose connection on the main board of the laptop. Even though it will plug in to the connection, the connection on the mainboard is either cracked or broken. Laptops are VERY hard to work on and you need to find a authorized repair shop for that brand computer in your local area to properly fix this problem.
If you already took the printer apart, check the socket where you connect the printer to power, check that the connector soldering joints and contacts are not broke.
The circuit area near the AC adapter socket on the printer is the power board. If there is a fuse check it. If there is smell or trace of burnt, that means that a component, usually a capacitor, had blown.
If you do not find anything it must be the AC adapter terminal cable, or the connector , that has a broken contact.
To test it you need to get a multimeter and measure voltage from the AC adapter connector. Alternatively take the printer to a repair shop , tell them that you want to buy a power adapter for your printer, and ask to test a spare power adapter first. Many shops do not charge repair fee for this, as long as it can be done on the fly, and printer must not be left in for repairs.