Clevo P150EM won't turn on - no LED lights lit - also repairs in Canada question

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  1. Burtonjp

    Burtonjp Notebook Enthusiast

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    I have a Clevo P150EM I bought from Malibal about 3 years ago.
    Last night I was playing a game on my laptop, somehow the adapter became unplugged without me noticing and the battery wore down to zero causing my laptop shut off. When I went to plug the adapter back in, the adapter and battery charging LED lights at the front didn't light up. The laptop won't turn on. I tried unplugging everything and holding down the power button to no avail.

    What happened? Did I blow a fuse? If so, how do I go about having this repaired if I live on the east coast of Canada?

    As always seems to be the case when it comes to equipment failures, this happened at the worst time for me.
     
  2. CaerCadarn

    CaerCadarn Notebook Deity

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    Plug it off, take the battery out, take the RAM out, the BIOS-Battery for a minute and hold down the Power button for a minute to drain it off all power.

    Put everything back, plug it on and hopefully it should turn on. If no lights are blinking, you probably fried something. Does the LED from the brick turn on when plugged in? If not, then only the brick might be defect.

    Good luck!
     
  3. Burtonjp

    Burtonjp Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks. I did that with no luck. Still no LED lights lit up on the front of the laptop. It's not the adapter either.
     
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    Then you accidentally fried your MoBo. It happened to me either. The same way you described it. I fear that you have to replace the MoBo or get a new rig. :(
     
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    Prostar Computer Company Representative

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    Yes, it's an electrical failure with the board. Who's your reseller? Will they take it in? I would think they can still get parts or can at least rework the board.
     
  6. i_pk_pjers_i

    i_pk_pjers_i Even the ppl who never frown eventually break down

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    Eurocom is in Ontario, Canada so if you live near there that'd be pretty convenient for you.
     
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