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Does anyone know how to disassemble the Fujitsu Amilo Li2727 laptop? I want to check the usb ports as it was these that I was using before it stopped functioning. I was using usb wireless connector. I have looked into the usb ports from the outside and there appears to be no dust or damaged pins. Now all I get is the orange flashing battery light.
 

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Is there a specific reason why you're looking to take apart the laptop and check the USB ports?? A flashing orange light sounds like a battery that needs recharging.
 

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Hello, The flashing battery light appears when the system is connected to power, whether it is mains or battery and the system will not post. I am hoping it is not the motherboard hence I want to check all the other components, including the usb ports.I have already disconnected the hdd and checked the ram.Connected the system to an external vga still no post. It could be the cpu , usb dvd or motherboard. These I need to check but I am unable to access them as there is black plastic sheet riveted in over them. Steven
 

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The flashing light could mean that the battery is dead. Check your owner's manual or download it from Fujitsu and see what the indicators mean. The sequence of flashes that the different leds emit translates to where the problem is.

Try removing the battery and AC adapter, hold down the power button for 30 seconds, then let the computer sit for 15 mins. Reconnect only the AC adapter and see if it starts.
 

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Thank you for your reply, I have the manual form Fujitsu but there is no useful information in it. The orange flashing appears whether the battery is attached or not. I did try your suggestion holding down the power button etc but to no avail. Maybe it's time to replace it?
 
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