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Power up I have a Satellite m35-s320 laptop; it will not start. I have it plugged in to the power and the battery is out; the blue light is on to indicate it is connected to the power source, but when I push the start button nothing happens...any ideas?

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This is probably a power circuit failure (inside the laptop) It will need, in this case, to replace some components on the mainboard. Or the laptop can't send the "power on" signal properly to the charge circuitry due to a short circuit/open circuit in the way of this connector. Either of those are pretty bad things, they need to be solved by a service center. Sorry for I can't assist you in a more usefull way.

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