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Problems with power switch on p25 s5236

Hi have had laptop for around 5 years now wont power up , light comes on for around two seconds then switches off again, have bought new adaptor , but no difference.
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If it's not coming on, even with a new power adapter, it's likely dead. Very unlikely but, have you tried a new battery aswell?

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