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Balance A535 laptop

No power....what could be happening with it?

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  • Marcia Martin
    Marcia Martin Aug 10, 2008

    no power....what could be happening with it?
    I have a balance digital technology A535 notebook

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Take out the ram and put it back in. That will fix it some of the time.

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THE FAN IS SHOT FOR A a535 MODEL, WHERE CAN A NEW ONE BE PURCHASED?

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