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Try removing the battery and power supply, hold the power button for about 10 seconds then just plug the power supply back in (not the battery) and see if it turns on. Holding the power button with no power supply can discharge any stored power in capacitors.
try to darin the batter first. heres the procedure. take out the battery and unplugged the power adapter. press and hold the power button for 30secs. after 30 sces, put the battery and adapter back in. then power on the computer and observe.
Could be the "resume" battery that has died - its an internal battery shrink wrapped in bright green plastic on tosh's normally - you might be able to get to it by unplugging stuff, battery, cd rom etc etc....unplug it and plug it back in again, if it comes alive again order another. I went on a toshiba laptop maintenance course years ago with a company that i worked for and that error that youre seeing was the fix....see if that works...
Couple things to try.
1) Take out battery and unplug for an hour or so, then reapply power.
2) Push and hold the power button for 15 seconds.
3) Check with any warranty
4) Possible short on motherboard and safety keeping it from burning up. Remove keyboard and open up and scrub keyboard with toothbrush and rubbing alcohol. Wait and let dry, then try.
Keep me posted.....