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Spilled liquid My kid spilled some liquid on my averatec 3200 and it turn on but when I get to the log in screen, the password box has stars across it like some numbers are stuck. We took it apart twice to clean it with alcohol whipes, but it is the same. What can I do?

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It sounds like it shorted out the keyboard.
You will have to contact Averatec about purchasing a replacement .
Changing them is fairly simple.
Pop out the old one, unplug the wire connector, plug in the new one, and pop it down in place.

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