Question about Sony VAIO K45 Notebook
What may have happened is the spray entered the laptop as you suspect and shorted some components. More likely is the LCD toggled to the external monitor. There is a three state toggle for most laptops the toggle is done by holding the Fn key and taping another key such as F5. It may be different with your laptop. The beginning state is LCD only, External monitor only and then both. I try to keep laptop in the both state to reduce confusion and it doesn't require any more power.
Another possibility is shorting of the LCD cable. This would could cause no display video, but would more likely show no video at all.
You should always allow the laptop to completely dry, usually over night, before powering it back on after cleaning of this sort.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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