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Solved some milk on laptop


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salamo alikom

Some milk on laptop
Some milk spilled on the laptop on the left side. Anointed well left him 2 days without work, and sometimes open a little know if it works or not. Initially disrupted the entire keyboard, but after two days he worked laptops but left alt key does not work so far, is there a risk on the device. How can this key reform

please help me

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System One

  • OS
    windows 8 64 bit
    Computer type
    System Manufacturer/Model Number
    intel core i7
    6 gaiga
    Graphics Card(s)
    radeon graphics amd
    microsoft ACPl- compliant control method bettery

Mark Phelps

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Any time you spill liquid on a laptop that is running, you risk major circuit damage (unless the keyboard area is sealed).

You would have to be able to clean out the area beneath the key to see if there's any damage.

If the keyboard has a circuit layer beneath it, and that got shorted out, you would have to replace that.

Removing laptop keyboards is not an easy thing to do, as there are often hidden screws and/or pins, and there is always risk of damaging the thin connecting ribbon cable.

The way that these problems are generally fixed is disassembling the laptop to remove the keyboard, if sticky substance was spilled, washing the keyboard in warm water, letting it dry for two days, and reassembling it.

Apart from that, there really isn't anything else you can do. If you're not comfortable doing this yourself, you should see if there are any laptop repair places around that can do this for you -- but it's going to cost somewhat to have this done.

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