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Kizhe
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Spill damage and keyboard replacement.

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HP Omen 15 dc-0000 series.
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

So I accidentally spilled some soda on my HP Omen 15 keyboard and now some of they keys are not working. This is quite normal and I am looking forward to replacing the keyboard. However, what I am more concerned about is the system board below. Is there any form of protection between the system board and the keyboard that will prevent the liquid from touching and corroding crucial components? I know for certain that the board is currently fully functional, but I am worried that it might get exposed to the liquid and get damaged.

Additionally, where could I buy a replacement keyboard, and is it even possible to replace it?

 

Thank you in advance.

-Zheki.

 

 

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arya122378
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The backlight film under the keyboard has a certain blocking effect on the liquid, but the specific situation still needs to be opened to check the computer to know, but the keyboard can be replaced, but I searched for it seems that separate keyboards are sold less, basically all With a palmrest, if you can replace it yourself, you can search and buy according to the relevant material number of your computer keyboard

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