Question about Toshiba Satellite L15-S104 Notebook
You cannot "dry out" a laptop. The liquid gets stuck inside the machine in all the internal crevices.
Take it to a repair shop that knows laptops and can work on it within a day or two. (some place a friend recommends). Also REMOVE the battery so it will minimize the amount of electricity moving through the unit in the meantime.
The longer the machine sits around the more the insides can get corroded.
Be prepared to spend $150-$250 on the machine depending on how many parts are damaged and how much labor is needed to do it. If that much money isnt worth it to you then i would just replace the machine.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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