While replacing it's keyboard, I forgot to remove the battery. I replaced the keyboard with the battery in place.
After the keyboard was fixed, I tried to power on the laptop. It did not power on.
I removed the battery and inserted the power cable and put on the switch. It still did not power on.
I tried all the remedies available online, like removing the battery, pressing the power button for 20 seconds and then inserting the battery. It failed to power on.
When I insert the battery and switch the power adapter on, the only thing that happens is that the white light in front of the laptop turns on. This indicates that the battery is being charged, but for some reason, is not able to power on the laptop.
If anyone could provide a solution, I would be grateful.
So, you made connections with the power on (battery in place)?
Yea, if the battery was still in place, it is toast! YOu can try the battery trick, but I think it is too late. Do this, it can't hurt. Take the battery out, and disconnect the power cord from the wall, and take it apart, if it comes apart into pieces. Press and hold the power button for 60 seconds, count it out the full 60. Wait five minutes (this is the discharge time for the power adapter, if it were storing over voltage). Put it all back together, and try to boot.