Question about Sony Ericsson Computers & Internet
Probably shorted the power supply, but may have only blown the fuse. If you have a manual find where that fuse is and replace it. If it is not the fuse, replace the power supply, and cord as it is not expensive and is worth a try. Unfortunately, you may have fried the mother board. Amazon sells one for less than 50 dollars and it is easy to replace if you follow the instructions. There is a chance you may fried the CPU which could be more expensive. The hard drive is not, but may have been damaged too. It's worth a try on all counts as Sony's are not cheap to reacquire and that accident is not covered by your warranty as something that happens under normal use.
Posted on Apr 24, 2014
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