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JANITZ
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Sudden stain on fabric over both speakers on either side of desktop. Looks oily.

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Suddenly I have two very ugly stains on either side of my computer - on the fabric covering the speakers. Since the front is white - these two dark and "oily" looking stains are an eyesore. Any idea where these came from and how to get rid of them. I have seen another similar post with a photo that is identical to what is happening to my HP - so I know this isn't something caused by "human error"!!!!

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Hello
please specify the exact model of your computer because you must have a specific model
tower type computers do not have built-in speakers for the most part
is it still under warranty ?

 

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Hello,

I have a HP Pavilion All-in-One 27-xa0xxx

It was purchased in Oct 2019 - so I'm guessing it is no longer under warranty. 

 

 

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unfortunately if you are no longer under warranty, there is not much you can do
the image, does not allow to see precisely what it could be
Difficult to know what can cause this ...
is it wear, a liquid something else, how to find out from here !!

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