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We had a number return from summer in this  state (won’t charge, won’t
start.) we were able to hard reset some but some went to HP.

Eric

On Tue, Sep 22, 2020 at 11:12 AM Tina Scheindel <
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> We have been experiencing chromebooks that won't turn on even though they
> have been charged.
>
> Not sure if our problem is the same as your's, we have been able to just
> reset.  Make sure the chromebook is not plugged in, hold down power, escape
> and the reset key for 5-10 seconds, let buttons go and then hit the power
> button again.  Sometimes it will ask for the USB stick but we haven't
> needed it.  You can get through this by clicking control D and enter three
> times.
>
> Hope this helps!
>
>
> On Tue, Sep 22, 2020 at 11:04 AM Leslie, Ben <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>> I've been getting a lot of chromebooks turned in for repairs that I can't
>> fix.  The common problem is they won't turn on and the charging light does
>> not light up.
>> I've done all the standard troubleshooting steps (testing ports, chargers
>> etc). As a last resort for one of them, I swapped out the "main circuit
>> board" and it fixed it.
>>
>> I just got another CB returned with the additional information that it
>> had a message on the screen the warning on "critical updates" yesterday and
>> now it won't turn on.
>>
>> Is there any chance these Chromebooks are getting bricked during an
>> update if they run out of battery life?....I'm talking about this happening
>> at least 4 times in the past week and now that I think about it, this
>> happened to 2 or 3 times back in March.  All the same chromebook model and
>> relatively new Acer C732 devices.
>>
>> USB recovery doesn't fix it since there's no sign of power getting to the
>> device.
>>
>>
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>> Battenkill Valley Supervisory Union / Arlington School District
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