First off hello to everyone on these forums, this is my first post but i have had numerous problems solved over the past year and a half thanks to posts and replies that originated here so i am far from new and thankyou for the help. This particular post is in regards to my macbook pro, it is a 2.0ghz coreDuo (one of the first of the line january 2006), 250gb hard drive, 2gb of ram, the usual other specs. About two days ago i had the macbook in the kitchen while i was cooking (i like to watch family guy when i cook) and when i reached to the top shelf to get an ingredient i knocked an empty glass jar which fell about three feet and hit the keyboard of the laptop right about the "JKL" set of keys, so on the logic board just below and to the left of the right internal fan. Immediately after the impact the screen went black and the sleep indicator LED began to fade in and out like it normally would do if i closed the lid. I hit a few keys and it wouldn't wake up, so i closed the lid and waited for a few minutes then opened up the lid again and still nothing happened. I then held down the power button until the light went out and removed the battery and held the power button for 30 seconds, replaced the battery, and tried it again, but nothing. There is no sound of anything starting up after i press the power button. I have tried plugging it in to the AC adapter and attempting to turn it on, taking the battery out so the adapter is the only thing connected, but nothing changes the macbook pro is completely unresponsive. I thought it could just be the power button so i removed the top case and connected another one i had lying around that i knew worked and the same thing happened. I don't know what else to do, it doesn't seem that the impact would have cracked a chip underneath the board and after taking off the topcase there was no signs whatsoever of the hit, it looked the same as ever. I of course do not have apple care, nor wish to send it to them to look at, but does anyone have any suggestions on what to do? I am pretty familiar with the insides of the macbook pro's and i have a digital camera if pictures would help in this situation or removing the logic board to see underneath it, just let me know what other information you can use. Thank you in advance for your help.