|I have an Acer Travelmate 360 Series, and i spilt some black tea on (if it makes any difference) and it seemed it was just on the surface, but i still shut it down quickly and wiped it dry, i took off the keys in the effected area and it wasnt wet, so i thought it would be fine, i still let it dry over night. |
Next morning computer is working fine, nothing shorted etc, but some keys dont register. I spilt it around 'j,k,l,n,m,i,o' and the :,;'" area. The keys around that area arent working, a few are, but then the letter t and number 1 and 3 dont work, right across the other side.
Again nothing got through to the computer, but i disconnected the keyboard, and nothing seemed wet.
Is there a way to fix this, or do i need to replace the keyboard? The rest work fine, but those particular keys dont.