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Hello, thanks for posting
Do you happen to have a multimter or just a voltmeter?
Do you have another car and jumper cables to try to jump start?
It sounds like the voltage from the 12 volt battery is either too low or there is a disconnect between it and the fuse box under the hood. a voltmeter would help a lot.
Thanks for the reply,
The batteries on hybrid vehicles can drain very quickly, if it was not driven for a long time there is a good chance the 12 volt battery is below the minimum to wake up the hybrid computers which means it won't do anything. let's be sure about the battery, there is a 12 volt access point in the fuse box under the hood, open the red cover with the plus sign on it, you can measure voltage there or you can use it to jump start with another car.
You're welcome, let me know how it goes.