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Lenovo laptop won't charge or turn on.


khaepmu

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3 minutes ago, khaepmu said:

No. I use the computer everyday!

1) How old is laptop ?

2) What was battery life before this issue ?

 

I would open the case and see if it's a simple as a loose connector. Youtube likely has a vid of teardown of your model so you can see where the battery is and how difficult it may be to access. 

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I bought cheap 13 000 Baht Lennova  laptop and after one year it just died , not reaction when I tried to switch it on .

   Took it to a repair shop and the motherboard had died and needed replacing which would cost 10 000 Baht .

   I binned that computer and bought a new one 

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6 hours ago, Swiss1960 said:

Take your machine to a computer shop where people (sometimes with very little knowledge will rip you off) can do actual diagnostics, instead of asking for internet best guesses (where many members will give sound and free advice)

There that has fixed it....

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6 minutes ago, Mac Mickmanus said:

I bought cheap 13 000 Baht Lennova  laptop and after one year it just died , not reaction when I tried to switch it on .

   Took it to a repair shop and the motherboard had died and needed replacing which would cost 10 000 Baht .

   I binned that computer and bought a new one 

For sure it must have been cheap.

Is Lennova a new product?

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8 hours ago, khaepmu said:

No. I use the computer everyday!

Try holding down the power button for a full minute with power cord not plugged in,this should drain the battery completely then connect the power cord and try booting it up again.

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6 hours ago, RafPinto said:

For sure it must have been cheap.

Is Lennova a new product?

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6 hours ago, Mac Mickmanus said:

Just over a year old , just past the guarantee date 

Mac...........it,s Lenovo OK?

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Same problem this week myself with a used ACER dating from 2009. Fortunately, was only the power supply/charger. Swapped it for a power supply from an even older laptop which fortunately had the same connector (Compaq from 2005). If possible try to get hold of another power supply to test before going to a repair shop.

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