Question about HP Pavilion dv8000z Notebook
The other day i was having breakfast right next to my laptop and i spilled some orange juice on the laptop. i was quickto act and turned upside down and cleaned the keyboard as thoroughly as i could without removing the individual keys. the problem is that they keys have now become heavy to press and some times unresponsive. what should i do? thanks!
Replacing the keyboard is an easy fix ,
just order one on ebay ,
so much of the keyboard has little nooks and parts that
even if you take it out and wash and dry it the paste will still be present.
just search for a pavilion dv8000 keyboard
they are around 40 including shipping.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
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