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Liquid spilled on laptop computer keyboard

Spilled approximately 30ml of water onto leveno thinkpad Z60m keyboard. Power cord removed immediately then 30 seconds later battery removed. Unit then turned upside down. Attempted to power up 2 days later with no success. Presently the unit will not power up. When plugged into a power outlet, the power cord indicator and the battery indicator lights come on. The Leveno manufacture tech had me disconnect all power sources, push the power on button 30 times and on the 31st time hold the power on button down for 30 seconds. This didn't reset the system either. Unit still will not power up. Can you help or advise?

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  • Anonymous Sep 08, 2008

    powered down hte computer and dried the key boards

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Ok " bet there is still water in side , i would unplug unit take a small hand hair dryer set it on warm not hot and go over key board, may take awhile to dry.

only other alternative is to take it apart and dry it

try the hair dryer first.

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