How Do I Save My Lenovo Laptop From Liquid Damage?

Nothing makes us gasp for air more than a water spilled laptop. It starts with panic, then heavy breathing and in case of no help around, ends with a sulky face of helplessness. Liquid spilling is one of the common, and the most damaging problems with all the portable devices, let alone Lenovo laptop. What makes the phenomenon more damaging is not the fear and not the surface damage, but the compactness of the device that has that one opening which lets the liquid through to its internal components. But all is not lost; there are always ways to salvage the situation. Just hope that you have a screwdriver is handy.

Lenovo Support Number Canada Advices Vigilance To Tackle This Issue

As the sub head says vigilance is the key to protect your system from liquid damage, any absence of that would cause you to panic, panic is nothing more than a waste of time, and time id the prioritized factor when dealing with liquid damages. Therefore, to conserve time and making sure that the orange juice does not reach the internal extremities of the system, you must first shut down the system as quickly as possible. And you do not need to follow requisite procedures to do that, just press the button and shut down the laptop impromptu.

After Shutting Down The Machine, Follow The Cleaning Process

  • Remove The Detachable Components: First, remove all the easily detachable components of the computer. This includes, the AC adapter or any USB based peripheral. Our main motive here is to save the peripherals first.
  • Dry The Laptop Surface: Once you have removed all the attachments, it is not time dry the surface of the laptop. To do this, tilt the machine upside down, this would remove a substantial amount of liquid from the surface of your hardware. Remember, you are in much dire straits if you have spilled the orange juice here, as the sugary nature of the liquid makes it still to the surface. Use dry wipes to clean the surface.
  • Go To The Internals: Now, it is time for some amateur disassembly. First, remove the battery. Once you have successfully removed the power bank, you can now move on to removing the rest is made a bit simpler (not really). Use a Philips screw driver and a butter knife to accomplish this task. Lenovo laptops are indeed compact, there you might have to perform the disassembly with more care and in the following niche order:
  • Remove the keyboard first, disconnect it from the computer.
  • Then comes the LCD screen, you must use the butter knife to smoothly pry it off from its panels.
  • Once these surface peripherals are removed, you can move on to CMOS, then RAM and then motherboard.
  • Once you have separated the components, you must dry them out.
  • For drying the internal circuitry, the tried and true method is using a bag of rice. It would absorb all the moisture from the devices and (probably) make them functional.
  • Reassemble The Laptop: After the devices are free of any moisture, reassemble the parts.
  • Check If The System Works: best case scenario, the system would work, worst case scenario, you would need repairs or a new laptop.

If somehow your laptop survives, you must look into anti moisture cover for your keyboard and your screen. If not, you must seek out a Lenovo Support Canada Centre vicinity. They would not only repair your systems, but also provide you with replacements if needed.


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