DELL Inspiron E1505 Keyboard wet

March 2, 2009 at 16:10:25
Specs: Windows XP
My sister spilled some milk on the
keyboard of her laptop and now a few
keys are working improperly. For
example, the "p" key comes up as "uiop"
when hit. There are a few keys that do
this, including the number keys. I was
wondering, first off, if just letting it dry will
eventually solve the problem. If not, will
ordering a new keyboard solve the
problem, or is there damage done to the
motherboard? She is using a USB
keyboard right now and it works fine.

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March 2, 2009 at 16:44:37
Water evaporates cleanly...milk leaves a crusty residue behind. The keys/keyboard will most likely need to be cleaned, possibly replaced.

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