Question about Toshiba Satellite 2060CDS Notebook
I can't use my laptop's keyboard since it drank some water... could u advise?
This solution divides in to 2 : 1. if u have a little skill in ur hands.... 2. if u dont and u r "left hands" 3. when i think about it...if you still got warranty-go to the store 1. FIRST: wash your hands and touch your fridge or the metal cover of your sound system (for grounding yourself) -disconnect the laptop from everything -open it from beneath - CAREFULLY AND SLOWLY!! -find the screws that are holding the whole boards together -draw a script of where were the screws -separate each level from another -wipe all remaining drops or moisture from everything -leave it to dry -spry conductivity spry on the top level (beneath the keyboard) -assemble everything 2. for the Amateures FIRST: wash your hands and touch your fridge or the metal cover of your sound system (for grounding yourself) -disconnect the laptop from everything -put the laptop (in open position) on a radiator or anything that can produce low heat for day , make sure the heat is not too hot *****NOT MORE THEN 50 Celsius !!!!! ***** -pray to god that it would work good luck windman
Posted on Feb 21, 2006
Go to on screen keyboard
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
You can also get spray cans of contact cleaner because they displace moisture and leave zero residue and spray the area down with this and leave it for about 1 hour
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
You can dunk it in rice to help wick away moisture. Some people have said to use an oven especially with small portable electronics and DO NOT. A small heater with some kind of shield in front works great so its not to intense.
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
This is going to sound stupid, but open your laptop and put it in a tub that has sides that are at least 3-4 inches above the top of the keyboard and fill with rice. The rice will draw the moisture out... Also works for cellphones that have been dropped in water! (Or in my case, gone through the washer....)
Posted on Jun 16, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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