10-14-2022 05:03 PM
10-16-2022 08:18 PM
- System: "What do you mean?"
- Battery or AC: "I don't know"
- Model: FX506L
- Frequency of occurrence: Just today
- Reset OS: Windows 10
- Screenshot or video:
Detailed description：I was eating near my laptop (I know, I shouldn't have done that), normally I put a cover over my laptop keyboard so I can still read on it but not worry too much about food on my computer but today I forgot to put the cover on.
I bit into a tomato and the juice squirted onto my keyboard between the [enter] key and the NUM pad. I immediatly turned off the computer and disconnected it from power. What do I do from here?
Do I need to wait and will all be good?
Do I need to clean out the laptop from the inside? Can I clean it from the inside?
Normal laptops are very hard to open to clean and usually break when you do but I notice mine has just simple Phillip head screws connecting it.
Spilled tomato juice on keyboard
10-18-2022 02:39 PM
10-18-2022 07:01 PM
I did most of that when it happened, steps 1-6 (including NOT using a hair dryer). So I turn it on yesterday so it has been more than 24 hours and it does work. I was mostly worried about the juice and if it needs to be cleaned up from the inside.
11-18-2022 10:12 AM