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Laptop doesn't turn on, but charger indicator is orange

Guys I need help. When I want to start my laptop Acer , it doesn't power up.
When I push the power button, a blue LED bulb Indicator stays for 5 secs then goes off. Also its shows that the battery is charging, but unfortunately won't power up. Removed battery, plugged in charger, now it won't to show any lights or bulbs at all! I've put the battery back, plugged charger, battery indicator becomes orange, but system won't load up :@
Charger is new. Any help would be appreciated

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Sounds like a laptop in need of repair.

I don't see full model numbers so I could be wrong about everything but when I see such a machine I look at the make, model, age and if past a few years I pop in a new CMOS battery then do a small easy minor quick reset. I pull the power, remove the big battery then press and hold the power button for 60 seconds. Release, slip in the battery, apply power and test.

There are folk that won't try this and for them you send them out to get repair estimates.

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Maybe...

It is Acer e1 570g. It is old about 4.5 years old.

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My advice.

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