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Old 09-12-2018, 06:09 AM   #1
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I have dell vostro with windows 7 in it. Actually it's battery become dud and when I put charger in it only monitor screen lights up automatically , but no power to fan or motherboard. I tried dead reset by removing bios cell and pressing power button to release built in charge too, but no gain. Please help me out.
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Old 09-12-2018, 06:28 AM   #2
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I'd recommend borrowing a battery and charger from a friend and testing it...

Or take it to the store and have them test it.. You might want to brace yourself for a motherboard/laptop replacement unless the fixes are minor..
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Dear Tristar , I tried that and I think motherboard is fine as I tested the connectivity across the board .
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Ok, if you're comfortable opening it up (following safety procedures), are you able to short the power switch to see if it's able to power on ?
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It's open and please guide me further
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Can you check with a multimeter if the power button switch changes connectivity when being pushed ?
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I checked and found the power button circuit is totally messed up. Anyways to power it up without power button ?
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Also I like to ask that why my screen turns on while putting my AC adapter in ?
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You need to check the contacts of the power button and short it, Doing this incorrectly can cause your entire board to short and even burn, use caution and do not proceed if you're not sure what you're doing.
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