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Spill soda on dvd player

I spill soda on my dvd player and now the buttons (on/off, volume) are sticky. when we start playing a dvd it makes a funny, scratching sound before playing.

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Re: spill soda on dvd player

U shouldnt have switched on your dvd after u spilled soda on it but still u can repare it
1) remove your battery,and all wires connected 2 the dvd
2) THen open your dvd player if u find any slots or anything like tat remove it from your dvd
3)then wipe the ic and all the components of your dvd player an with a slight wet cloth
4)alloy it to dry for 24 hours or more
5)do not use blow dryers or fans to boost up the process
6)then put all the parts on their place
i am sure it will work best of luck

Posted on Nov 03, 2007

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