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Dosent work i was using my laptop and my son drop cough syrup on the keyboard and when i type the letter get all mixed up and a friend took it apart and put it back together and now it wont start what should i do...

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Greetings my name is Mark and I will be glad to assist you. I understand you had an accident and someone tried to assist you. If your Laptop was functioning before the dis-assembly it is very likely a plug has not been re attached.I need some more information to better help you.
1, Did you use any kind of cleaner or solvent?
2. In the dis-assembly process what parts were removed and replaced.
Let me know and i will do my best to assist you.
Be mucho blessed,
Mark

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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