I spilt Orange juice on my PC...can it be fixed...when I switch it on nothing happens...does it need to dry out, or is it buggered??
left to dry out would have been the best bet instead of switching on still worth a try with a hairdryer etc and leaving overnight before starting to investigate what conductive residues might be left.johnny
1) you can let it dry but I would bet that it is useless.2) don't faff around prodding and poking, claim on your home insurance.G
Food and drink never get anywhere near my computers either at work or at home. That should be a rule for everyone.
you ssay pc but is it the keyboard or have you a laptop?johnny.
The problem with orange juice is that it will leave a sticky residue.johnnyrocker's query is relevant as spilling juice on a laptop would be more serious than onto a PC case or keyboard (latter are cheap to replace).
Laptop = disaster, almost certainly terminal.Orange juice is not only sticky but acidic and quite a good conductor (electrolytic damage).If not a laptop, detach keyboard and other externals and try it like that.The PC should bleep and monitor show keyboard error.
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