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the light on the power button is not working. how i can turn it on?

hp pavilion dv7

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the light on the power button is not working. how i can turn it on?

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the light on the power button is not working. how i can turn it on?

Do you mean the light just doesn't light up or the actual power button is not working?

Also, could you please give me the exact model number of your notebook?

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product name hp pavilion dv7 notebook pc

product number LX269EA3B1A

yes i  mean the light just doesn't light up

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If the light on the key is not lighting up, then more than likely the LED is just out for your power button. If the notebook is still in warranty, you could have it repaired or replaced, but as long as its not causing you any serious issues, I wouldn't worry too much with it.

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mmm ok. thanks

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Hello kokouithebest,

You can click the purple Kudos star on the left under the name of the user you would like to Kudo.


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which one is yours?

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