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Does it make any sound? Does something show up on the screen? Are you absolutely sure that the fan is OK and spinning after you start it up? Did you plug everything correctly back? For example didn't you forget to connect back your power up button part of keyboard?
You can try to remove the keyboard and other unnecessary parts like CD-ROM. Try to start it without keyboard and the powerbutton board. But be aware this may damage your computer if you do it improperrly.
Hi Bell, please don;t panic. Let us try to solve it. > remove -- and don't replace -- the battery, than connect the charger and turning on the Laptop. > also check the charging LED is turned On. > if its working than check the battery else check the charger.
When the power button blinks do you hear the laptop fans run on full speed? If that happens its because your laptop is overheating and is trying to cool down. It will not turn on until it cools down to protect from damage due to heat.
Use your laptop on a hard surface and dont block its vents with anything. If you want to use it on bed keep it on a laptop cooler or a thick book to allow ventilation.
If laptop doesnt turn on at all, the motherboard might be damaged. Take it to repair shop and check whats wrong.
Technically, It would be an old battery issue, or the charger itself, try using another charger, if the problem still occurs, maybe it's the battery or your's phone's charger jack had a hardware issue.