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beaubrigsy

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89BFA36A-429D-441B-9234-05360F23ACC9.jpeg so the water got spilled all over the shown area and what am i supposed to do, it wasnt much that was spilled.my friends told me to put rice so i put 1 cup and hope for the best, its been an hour. pls help
 
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There are ventilation slots there. So water will go inside.

Did the power go off by itself? If so, it could be toasted. But if you were able to shut it down yourself, then it maybe salvageable.

You got to put rice on the motherboard, not on top of the case. And leave it at least over night. But if you are uncomfortable opening the case, then bring it to a repair shop and let them do it.

I use a Gatorade bottle to drink water near my laptop. You should do that too, so that any spills will be minimal.
 
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beaubrigsy

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There are ventilation slots there. So water will go inside.

Did the power go off by itself? If so, it could be toasted. But if you were able to shut it down yourself, then it maybe salvageable.

You got to put rice on the motherboard, not on top of the case. And leave it at least over night. But if you are uncomfortable opening the case, then bring it to a repair shop and let them do it.

I use a Gatorade bottle to drink water near my laptop. You should do that too, so that any spills will be minimal.
i shut it down but i accidentally pressed the power button twice, it was blinking then i flipped it upside down and added rice after like 40 mins
 

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You can submerge that laptop in a bathtub filled with rice, and that still will not remove the water that got inside.
It needs to be disassembled and its parts examined and cleaned.
This is a job for someone who knows how to repair laptops.

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