MY LENOVO 300 N 100,DONT GET SWITCH ON,I TRIED IT BY APPLYING DIRECT POWER SUPPLY,BY REMOVING BATTERIES.BUT IT STILL NOT GETING ON,I SHOWN IT TO ON TECHNITIAN ,HE SAID MIGHT BE MOTHERBOARD IS DAMAGED,SO WHERE TO REPAIR IT NOW
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The power supply may have an issue. I would leave it charging in the off condition over night and if the battery takes a charge and the system starts up when you turn the laptop on, that will prove the power supply ... that may well recover as the capacitors re form.
IS your laptop getting charge? have you tried with if your charger is providing proper voltage? try with other charger removing battery. IF stil you face the probelm then there could be motherboard issue.
Try removing the door panel, and then feeding direct power to the motor using two wires connected to power (positive) and ground (negative). Connecting the wires one way will make the motor move the window up, and reversing the connection will make the window go down. If the motor works ok when you do this, then you have a wiring or switch issue, likely a switch. If the motor doesn't work with direct power and ground, then you have identified the problem. Good Luck!
Check to see if you are getting power to the fuse, Next check the power going to the brake switch. After you check for the power going into each location, and you find the one that's not getting the power, you may have a bad wire, also check to see if the brake switch is set up right to depress when applying brakes.
Batteries have a memory, When the battery was new it most likely would run for 1.5 hours, but, since you didn't want the computer to go off, and you were by a plug-in, you plugged it in before it was completely or maybe sometimes not even halfway discharged. That is where it stated its "memory" - this got shorter and shorter = your battery "THINKS" it is totally discharged and reads as so. There are programs on the web (can't advertize for pay programs or give you links to them - against the rules) - that will re-vitalize your battery to almost new condition by discharging it more and more till it is truly fully discharged, then will fill it back to like new charge time. Or you can buy a new battery.
Try turning it on with the battery but without power cord connected, if it turns ON.. then it looks like ur power section on the mother board has problems and u need to take it to the service centre. Also make sure your getting the desired output in the power cable.