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OK HERE'S THE PROBLEM I SPILLED SODA ON MY LAPTOP AND I WHEN I WIPPED OFF THE MESS MY SCREEN WENT SIDE WAYS. LIKE INSTEAD OF MY DESKTOP GOING FROM TOP TO BOTTOM VERTICALLY IT GOES FROM LEFT TO RIGHT HORIZONTIALLY. WHAT DO I DO?

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You pretty much wiped out the mother board you can take to the repair shop and they might be able to clean the soda residue out but soda contains sugar and when heated turns to carmel and fry the circuts

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