Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
thing is to not try powering the laptop on after the liquid fell on it.
Next, you should remove the battery off the laptop immediately. When
this is done, you should fully disassemble the laptop & thoroughly
inspect its inside. Look for any traces of liquid on the circuit boards
& on other components. On circuit boards, liquid damage appears in
the form of whitish traces. These needs to be wiped off. This can be
done using a tooth brush moistened with few drops of hand sanitizer
Check all internal connectors & make sure that no liquid seeped into them. Dry them if needed.
Check the hard drive's connector to the motherboard for any liquid damage & clean it.
When you are done, re-assemble back the laptop.
If the liquid fell on the keyboard & you found out that the keyboard is no longer working, then you will have to replace the keyboard.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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