Question about Acer Aspire 5602WLMI Notebook
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After a drink was spilt on a keyboard, I turned the laptop off and let it dry for couple of hours. Then it was working fine, but after 15mins the sound become distorted (kinda buzzy). On both: internal speakers and SPDIF output. Looks like sound card....
I have no warranty so wanted to open it but dont really know what to look for, as sound card is integrated...
Those speakers are most likely damp and out of sorts..won't dry and work like before..
taking it apart isn't too hard..screws..but need to be quite careful to keep all parts in a sequence to restore to operation
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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