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Laptop spilt cola on keyboard most letters won' work now......help!

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You muste use alchol to clean, rember to switch off your pc.
if not work, you must replace it with another.
Sergio

Posted on Apr 03, 2008

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computer keyboards can have faults in several ways, but the most likely is liquids being spilt on them, causing them to do odd things or to just stop working completely.
There's loads of people having problems with this series of keyboards. With some keyboards the speed is wrong for them being checked (USB versions) and you can easily type faster than the keyboard controller can respond so it just goes nuts :-(
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replacing the keyboard is the only thing that will fix this once this happens. Laptop kepboards are designed to be throw outs.

if this was a desktop i woudl say you coudl try cleaning the plastic boards but since it is a laptop you can get a replacement form ebay and usually decent priced.

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Hi vay_m0u8 ,

This is an indication that your keyboard is going to be out of order in some time.

All you need to do is to get the keyboard replaced if it's under warranty or follow the procedure below to check if it works.

  1. Open your keyboard , (Only if it's not under warranty) and then with a soft cloth clean the circuit present inside , you can use liquid like petrol for good cleaning.
  2. Once you have cleaned it , close your keyboard and then , check if it works fine.
  3. If the problem persists , either get a new keyboard , or get a replacement , if the keyboard is still under warranty.
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Since juice is acidic, the circuitry on the keyboard is probably destroyed.

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