DV6500/DV600 SE series
Unit arrived with a common issue among INTEL Dual Core units. Powers on then shuts off immediately. Though there can be several causes of this symptom, usually the case is 'cheap'/bargain ceramic capacitors. When shorted they can also short the AO4914 chip shown in the center of the Zoom-Out picture. In this case the cap marked with the red X is shorted. When removing it split in two horizontally. The two caps on the on the other side has also been known to short previously. This can also lead to NO Charge, or never reaching 100% charge, or Working on AC but not on battery. So on the Intel models I check all the ceramic caps in the Power In section first. (well at least after a visual of USB ports and other obvious problems- power plug/charger etc...)
Check Ceramic caps in power in section
Locate shorted parts (also checking AO4914 Dual Channel MOSFET)
Test Again (also with battery in)
Start Windows (XP or Win7) check battery levels in Control Panel or BIOS
Allow battery to charge.