If you're having problems with your HP laptop not turning on, you might have a power problem. This could be due to a faulty battery, an issue with the power adapter, or a failed component inside the computer. We have all the replacement parts you need to fix your HP laptop, and our laptop service technicians are available to fix your laptop.
If your HP laptop won't turn on and the power light is blinking, it could be a sign of a hardware problem. If the laptop is still under warranty, you should contact HP customer support for help. If not, you can try troubleshooting the issue yourself. First, check to make sure that the laptop is plugged in and that the power cord is securely connected. If it is, try pressing and holding the power button for 30 seconds to see if that resolves the issue. If not, try removing the battery (if possible) and then starting the laptop again with just the AC adapter connected. If neither of those solutions work, it's likely that there is a hardware issue with your laptop. The most common cause of this issue is a faulty motherboard or CPU, but it could also be due to a problem with the RAM, hard drive, or other internal component. You'll need to take your laptop to a qualified technician for diagnosis and repair.