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Replaced the screen myself to save money. Took forever to reattach all the cables and now it won't turn on. I unplugged 2 cables: the power cable and the cable nearest the mouse to remove the keyboard. I know I put those two back in place, but won't turn on with the battery or power cord. What else could be the issue?

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Disassemble and double check your work, did you get the power button cable re-attached properly? – Moab Jan 9 '12 at 1:47
    
I recently tore apart an old HP laptop to quiet a noisy fan. There were so many connections that when I got it back together the fan didn't run at all. Second disassembly located the connection I failed to make. It's tedious, but I suggest you do it again. Take your time and read the maintenance manual at each step. – uSlackr Jan 9 '12 at 13:57
    
@techie007 - I applaud Tonya's willingness to dig in and give it a try. Cheer up. – uSlackr Jan 9 '12 at 13:59

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