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NO POWER/NO BLUE LIGHT

My power adapter plug into the laptop broke so it was soldered at the end. It shorted out and now there is no power thru the machine when I try another adapter that does work on another machine. The blue power light also doesnt light up. Any ideas?

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Eww.... Probably it's something related witht power supply of the laptop....Contact hp.....

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