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I spilled a beer on my laptop and it won't turn on now can anyone tell me how to fix it as I need it to work from home otherwise ill be let go as I can't work without it. The picture is when I opened it up not sure if foam from beer or components eroded

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it may be too late ..
The first thing to do, and it may not be enough if the damage has already been done, is to disconnect the computer from the mains and remove the battery!
Then go directly to a professional.
If there has already been a short circuit, the components may be completely out of order.
So all that's left to do is do as instructed and go to a professional to see if he can still save it.


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Hello
it may be too late ..
The first thing to do, and it may not be enough if the damage has already been done, is to disconnect the computer from the mains and remove the battery!
Then go directly to a professional.
If there has already been a short circuit, the components may be completely out of order.
So all that's left to do is do as instructed and go to a professional to see if he can still save it.


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I've been quoted £90 by a professional justbto look at it even if it can't be saved. Can I change the motherboard?

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It will be necessary to find the original model, not always easy
check if it is worth it, the price can be high, sometimes as much to buy a new one
see if you can do it yourself, otherwise you will have to go through a pro, which will also have a cost


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