Lenovo X1 Carbon won't turn on

Hi Experts,
I have a Lenovo X1 Carbon, Gen2, running Win7 Pro. This morning I went to turn it on, and the keyboard and power light come on and flash for a second or two, nothing comes up on display, and it turns off making a soft "pop" sound after about 30 seconds. I'm thinking it must be power supply issue, but haven't been able to diagnose yet. The laptop has built in SSD, so I'm not sure if there's anyway to get my data off. I have cloud backup of most my stuff, but it's frustrating that this ssd doesn't appear to have any adaptor to hook up externally, in cases of hardware failure, like mine. Can anyone tell me if it's possible to remove ssd and get data before sending back to Lenovo? Any assistance with this would be appreciated. Thanks.
lskairAsked:
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KimputerCommented:
It totally depends if a standard SSD is used (like 2.5" with a SATA connection, can use most newer computers to test it, just open the case, connect to a free SATA port), or if it's the PCIe mini SSD type (needs special adapter, you have to buy one probably)
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lskairAuthor Commented:
It's not standard 2.5' ssd, it's M.2 input.
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noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
The SSD drive is not a problem in this case. Even if the SSD drive is bad you must be able to see some video signal on the display which says - no OS found or something like this.
The problem is either in empty battery and no charging coming from PSU. Or your motherboard is having problems.
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lskairAuthor Commented:
Motherboard is the problem. Sending back to Lenovo.
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