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Take a multimeter, and measure the VOLTAGE and AMPERAGE being emitted by the AC power-supply. If "none", or much less than the ratings printed on the label, then it's time to replace the power-supply.
Otherwise, it most-likely is the connector where the AC adapter is plugged-in to the motherboard that is not transmitting, i.e., electrically-disconnected from the motherboard.
Maybe, resoldering the leads from the socket to the motherboard will fix the problem. Or, take the laptop to a qualified technician, for proper repair.
My toshiba had a bad internal power socket and I went through the same steps that you did. I also replaced the battery. So now I have two batteries and two power supplies and had to pay to have the computer shop put in the internal socket that the power supply plugs into. Hope this helps
You might of fried the whole motherboard when it sparked. Check if there is a fuse. Bridge the gap, and it should turn on. If not PULL THE PLUG.its something else that went wrong.If you don't, it smells really bad. Ive learn't from experience...
Chances are pretty good that your battery just needs to be replaced. Over time all rechargeable batteries loose their ability to hold a charge. It's also possible, but less likely, that there could be an issue with your AC power adapter or the charging circuitry inside the laptop.
Best bet would be to find a similar laptop with a battery that does charge and switch. If the problem follows the battery then you need a new one.