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If you are under warranty, call to take the support. The problem is a bad DC input socket either on the power board. The blue light not staying on is probably because of a short circuit. This is a common problem with all laptops because it is easy to break internal connections if the power cord is pulled or kicked. Be aware that if the laptop looks like it has been dropped or abused, It may not cover the problem, as it could be considered accidental damage. If it has accidental damage coverage available for all laptops. If you buy an expensive laptop, you should get this as well as extended warranty coverage for as many years you think you will keep the laptop. If you have a cheaper laptop, the extra insurance is probably not worth the expense. If you still getting issue you can take the suggestion from the [|Toshiba Support]  and it will work because I had solved my problem only because of them