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You could be facing several problems, first make sure u'r plugs are ok, the charger is ok, the power button is working ok, the battery is ok, if all this things are ok then you need to open and check the motherboard especially the area near the power jack and check for loose points in the soldered areas.

Posted on May 31, 2008

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