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Dell inspiron 11 3000 doesn't turn on


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#1 Yab23

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Posted 12 March 2017 - 05:13 AM

Hey,
I have a Dell inspiron 11 3000 which I have been using for the past 18 months. It was heating too much for the past 3 days.
Yesterday morning it's battery run out but it didn't hibernate, so I force shut it down. That same thing happened yesterday noon, but this time it didn't open. It showed the light when it was plugged. I thought it might be dust or something so I opened the PC and cleaned every single part. And put it back, but even the lights didn't come.
When I plug it in, a small voice like a dog whistle comes out of it. When I disconnect the sub board cable, it beeps and the sound goes off. There is no fried or burnt part.
Can anybody tell me what's wrong with it?

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Posted 16 March 2017 - 10:48 AM

Based on the ...

 

"small voice like a dog whistle"

 

My first guess would be bad power supply.


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