acer aspire 6530g wont power on at all

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  1. andreauk

    andreauk Newbie

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    hi everybody
    I have an acer laptop model number aspire 6530g wont turn on at all
    was using it then suddenly went off and never turned on after
    i have tried removing the battery and removing the cmos battery tried the ac adapter only with no luck at all
    I removed the graphics card as well and tried to power it on and nothing happened also
    no lights no sound nothing just the light which indicate the ac adapter is plugged in that's all i get
    the power light doesn't light, the battery light doesn't light also
    I tested the power button by av meter and it does work
    I will appreciate your help:hi2:
     
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    downloads Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    At fist glance that looks like a mobo failure.

    That will most likely be the and of your motherboard although you may try to find a support center to diagnose it (check the price though- it may not be worth it)
     
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    andreauk Newbie

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    thanks for you reply to my post, i thought it's the motherboard but also i thought someone here will have some ideas to try it as this laptop cost me £900 so it worth try to repair it but doesnt worth take it to support center as they want to charge me £80 before even looking at it
    again i do appreciate your reply
    Regards
    Andrea

    come on guys some ideas please
     
  4. txsizzler

    txsizzler Notebook Geek

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    It could be a faulty stem where the AC Adapter plugs in. If that's te case, you would likely need to solder in a new one to make it work. Otherwise, I kinda agree with Downloads.

    If it is the motherboard, you can likely buy a replacement board through a support center, or possibly better yet, eBay.
     
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    andreauk Newbie

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    thanks for your reply to my post , anyway the problem is the motherboard or something inside the motherboard calls power circut which is not repairable , so for everyone is having the same issue , I have found one on eBay for £75 but i dont think i am going to buy it as i think is better saving the money to buy a newer one
    again thanks for txsizzler & downloads
    Regards
    Andrea
     
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