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Power fault

I have been having problems starting my e740 recently. in the morning i try to turn it on but it just simply won't eventually it comes on but does not stay on, it freezes, and resets if the power botton is pressed. the only time that the unit will stay on is if it is plugged in. I am wondering if it is a power problem related to the battery not being able to keep a charge.

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In y opinion there must be some problem with battery power supply. In my opinion you should contact service partner. I hope that your unit has still valid warranty.

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