Usually fix these with a new power jack and move on....not this time.
My wife's laptop, a Toshiba L305D would not power up any more. Noticed that the power jack on the laptop was broken and pushed into the laptop. Opened up and cheap plastic clip to hold it in place is broken off the case. So to test I just simply moved it outside the laptop to connect to power and still not working. Thought maybe jack was bad so order a new one, same problem.
The battery LED indicator flashes 6 times when pressing power button (anyone know what these flash codes mean as I cannot find definite info. on them?). I'm thinking it indicates battery is dead as it was probably drained. Trying to run from AC adapter gives nothing. Voltage from the AC adapter to MOBO looks good.
I'm unfortunately thinking it's the MOBO. Any other thoughts or ideas?