There could be a variety of reasons for this problem. Here are some common problems and solutions:
Power problem: Please check that the power supply you are using is working properly and that the connection is correct. You can use a voltmeter to check that the power supply is producing the correct voltage.
Chip damage: When burning code, if you use the wrong burning parameters or do not do it properly, it may cause chip damage. In this case, you need to replace the chip.
Peripheral connection problems: If you have connected other peripherals, check that the power supply for these peripherals is working properly and that they are connected correctly.
Program problems: Check that your program is correct. You can use the debugger or the serial port output to check that the program is running. If there is a problem with the program, you need to fix it.
Burning problems: Recheck your burning process to make sure that you are using the correct burning tools and burning parameters and that there are no errors in the burning process.
Note that before checking for these problems, make sure you have connected the chip correctly. If your chip is not connected correctly, it may not work properly. If you still cannot resolve the problem, consider seeking professional help.