Why does keyboard and screen not work?

I have a MBP and I left it open on my bed it went into sleep and when I came back it would not turn on. I can hear the harddrive run and theres a cd in the drive and I hear it run but I cant eject it. Nothing on the keyboard lights up or works I cant hear anything either. I also connected it to my tv using dvi to hdmi cable and nothing came out. Also the led light where you open the laptop blinks continusily even when it is open. I have tried everything on the manufacturer site and various other fixs. I wanted to know what might be the problem.

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If you left it running on a bed there is a good chance it overheated and damaged the logic board. If possible I would make a genius bar appointment and see what they say. Ralph

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That's a good occasion to post a warning here for all the ifixit users who will read this thread:

If you use you portable Mac in the bed make sure there's enough ventilation under the Mac bottom case. Put the mac on a book or hard surface so the ventilation ports are not obstructed by a blanket or a sheet. Install the free software iStat Mac menus and monitor your Mac internal temperature. Overheathing can reduce your Mac life.

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Thanks I kind of had an idea that it was going to be the logic board just wasnt sure about it. Thanks I will take it in to be looked at, or try to replace it myself.

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If you decide to replace it yourself here is the guide. Ralph

MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 and A1260 Logic Board Replacement

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luis will be eternally grateful.
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