MacBook won't power on

Hey I have a mid 2010 MacBook I have had for a few years that I recently upgraded so I decided to sell the 2010. I reset it to factory settings but I didn't set it up. I left the laptop open without powering it off for about a week as I wasn't using it and didn't have a buyer. When I went back to the mbp it did nothing when I pressed power so I plugged the charger in for a while still nothing. Also the weird thing is the battery always reads full no matter how long it sits without charging. When I plug in the charger the light is always green. I've tried to reset pram smc and nothing. Please help.

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@nextlevel MacBook or Macbook Pro?

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The first steps here assume your Mac just isn’t responding when you press its power button. If it’s responding but failing to boot up normally, scroll down to the Recovery Mode sections.

1. Ensure It Has Power

2. Check the Hardware

3. Perform a Power-Cycle

4. Reset the System Management Controller Firmware

5. Use Disk Utility From Recovery Mode

6. Restore From Recovery Mode

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