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This is a common fault with this brand of Toshiba laptop and others. The way to fix is to remove the power adapter and remove the battery. Once that is complete, press and hold the power button for at least 10 seconds. Once that is done, plug the battery and charger back in and turn it on. Does that help?
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For your laptop, you will have to remove the screws first. If you are not comfortable doing this, I would not suggest doing so. The issue may be with the actual charging adapter. Do you have a spare one that you can test with?
You are welcome, Bob. I am familiar with those little torque screws. I am sorry to hear that.
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