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#1 aakashpatelfang

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Posted 29 March 2015 - 12:09 PM

Hi I recently spilled Gatorade on my laptop (I know I am stupid). I opened up my laptop to dry for a day the I assembled it and hoped it worked but did not. Now I reopened and wanting to know what part were really damaged and what now I power supply the power supply works and the battery is charging through the motherboard. I know this because there is an indicator that show it is charging. I also tried to see if the power button was goner so I tried to plug in another power button from a dell laptop and it has numlock and caplock indicator and they are lighting up as soon as I plug in the power cord. Please if anyone know how to diagnose further please let me know.

 

Here is the specs:

HP Pavilion g7 -1338DX

CPU: 2nd generation Intel core i3-2350M Processor (2.30 GHz)

Memory: 4GB DDR SDRAM (1DIMM)

Video graphics: Intel HD Graphics 3000

 



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Posted 29 March 2015 - 12:11 PM

Here is the setup:

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