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You may recover from this by removing the battery, AC adapter and letting the laptop drain and dry out for a few days. I would suggest a warm, dry place. You should remove the hard drive and CD\DVD rom if possible to allow more ari to flow through. Liquids of any kind most especially juices and sugary drinks are the worst. If after the drying time, it doesn't power on, you'll more than likely have to replace the motherboard.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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