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Dell Inspirion 1121 fully charged battery wont power up

power problem laptop notebook

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bang4dabuck

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I do know that the power connection on the notebook side is bad but seems if you have a full battery ( I have another Dell 1121 in good working order and I switch out the batteries) that it has juice and should power on, but that's what I just think. Changeing out the power connection at the motherboard, is that the solution ? Seems weird to me but again that's what I just think.


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Hi considering you are lucky enough to have two correct sized batteries and through charging on another similar laptop so therefore they both should be fully charged yet the laptop will still not power up, I suspect the power management part of the motherboard.

Do you not get anything happens, no lights, just nothing?

If so I can't see it being either the battery or just the power input port, though knowing the input port is faulty it could have had a domino effect and damaged some other part of the board near to it.

 

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Nope, no lights 


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