Question about HP Pavilion dv4000 Notebook
Hard to tell without opening the laptop up. Depends where the soda got to. Alot of times it could be an inverter ($70-$150) or could be more serious like a new LCD Screen ($400+) and/or Motherboard ($$$+).
I would take it somewhere you trust that has a small diagnosis fee so they can take it apart and see what the soda has gotten too. Then you could decide if the cost is worth it.
Hope this helps.
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