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Spilled coffee on keyboard some keys work some don't {hp pavilion 8125nr

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This happens to me all the time :)
Try washing the keyboard in the dish washer. Usually, if there was not too much sugar involved it can be saved this way. Just make sure it's fully dried before you plug it back in.

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1. Purchase plastic keyboard cover. 2. Keep coffee etc. anywhere not near keyboard.

For spill, unplug keyboard. If non sugar liquid, invert keyboard, shake or tap gently. Wipe with lent free absorbent cloth while still inverted. If soda or coffee with sugar, pour 1/4 cup of clear clean (distilled the best) water onto keyboard (yes), Then invert. Let dry a minimum of several hours still inverted. I cheat with a hairdryer on low 6-12 inches. After keyboard is completely dry (and cool). Plug in after turning computer off, restart, test all keys, including shift, option etc. If keys miss or don't work buy new keyboard and cover! Aloha, Cliff

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Dear Trent, I am sorry to hear about the keyboard/milk disaster.. :)

Please find all the info that you need about removing the keys or the complete keyboard at the following guides and HP service manual. I Hope you fix this!! :)

The following guide is for the keys.

http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/2007/03/20/key-fell-off-keyboard/

There are no guides available for the DV1000 but this guide will be more than enough to help you through this one.

The complete process for the keyboard replacement is here (Section 5.9)

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00312379.pdf

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