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Spilled soda inside my tv by accident

My husband was painting and knocked a can of soda on the tv. The tv is a 50 inch sony tv , we are not sure what do , it will not turn on. What should we do ?

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  • put the tv off
  • remove the plug
  • remove soda from tv
  • let it dry for few days
  • put on
  • it is my experience it will come on.
  • hope this will help.

Posted on Oct 12, 2007

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