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Laptop Screen Remains Black

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Pavilion 11-n010dx
Hi,

I've had this laptop for about 4 years. Yesterday, I tried turning on my laptop and

-The battery light is on when plugged in
-The power button turns on
-The fan runs
-The caps button blinks

However the screen remains black. I have a nonremovable battery and I've tried holding down the power button and all that plenty of times but still nothing. My warranty also expired.

How much do you guys think it'll cost to get this fixed? I'm thinking of just buying a new lenovo laptop.

Thanks!
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HP Pavilion 11-n010dx x360 PC

true name, i guess.

what is the flash codes, continous or specific codes all have meanings or stuck on.

post the flash codes please

is the SCREEN 100 % dead black no Boot up BIOS messages,?  as must work?

if yes, try a new power pack?

worth $50 broken,  $150 or more working, (on the used market)

what it cost to fix anything is parts and labor but first is whats wrong.

bad power cord or power pack is $15,  your could be weak,  not putting out full 19vdc.

 

the rear has HDMI jack, connect it to TV see if HDMI shows LT screens. yes?

 

hit the BIOS key to see if BIOS is alive, if it is , then powers ok.

wish i knew the beep/flash codes.

 

here look  them up self.

 

if you called HP ,they'd say what is the flash count

 

http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c01732674

 

 

as seen here.

 

I am not HP, and I am fully retired since 2009 from this industry. older than dirt,
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