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Thread: Satellite L635 - No power after cleaning keyboard and battery slots

  1. Satellite L635 - No power after cleaning keyboard and battery slots
    #1
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    Jan 2013
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    Hi,

    I've cleaned my *toshiba satellite L635* battery and keyboard, and when I replaced the battery and plugged the electric cord, the PC blinked for a while and then it won't boot anymore: no power.
    I took out the battery, plugged in, no power.

    Is the circuit damaged?
    If so, is the motherboard is also damaged?
    What should I replace?

    Please help
    Thanks beforehand

    Raff

  2. Re: Satellite L635 - No power after cleaning keyboard and battery slots
    #2
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    It looks so…
    How did you clean the battery slots and other parts?
    Did you use a kind of fluid?

    You could also remove one of the RAM modules to check if an Ram module is not affected…
    But it looks like the motherboard is affected.

  3. Re: Satellite L635 - No power after cleaning keyboard and battery slots
    #3
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    Hello,
    I have the same problem did you know some solution to this problem, if you didin't know it where can i find one motherboard to buy.
    Thank you.
    Best regards,
    Nuno Teixeira Portugal

  4. Re: Satellite L635 - No power after cleaning keyboard and battery slots
    #4
    >did you know some solution to this problem,
    I think there is only one solution: part replacement. But in such case it should be necessary to know what part malfunctions… but I opine that it could be an mobo issue.

    >where can i find one motherboard to buy.
    Either you would find some independent online dealers who sells motherboard for L635 series or you would contact the authorized service provider in your country to get compatible part. But you should know that new motherboard is an expensive part. Don’t know if it’s really an option for you…

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