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Laptop dead i have a sony vaio s5.i sudenly soped working,no power een when hoked to the mains?there was a slither of fluid on the battery connnction to the laptop.can the leak?

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Re: laptop dead

No i think the battery is dead >and contact vendor and replace it sure its under warrenty>and always use power stripe or surge>and check if u got a fluid leaking on the battery it means the battery is dead and i think u can remove it>and also i thing u have power adapter which u can use directly from power scores so try connect it

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