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HP Laptop DV6000 Pepsi on/in keyboard


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I spilled Pepsi on the keyboard 2 days ago. I quickly turned it off, flipped it over and patted it dry the best I could. I also took most of the keys off and cleaned them and I left it open and upside down overnight to dry out. Everything seems to be working fine except the keyboard. A friend told me it could be replaced, but I'm not sure if this is something I can do myself. I'm pretty handy, but I don't know how tricky it would be. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!
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    Kraków my love :)

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Laptop? Brand, and model?
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Sorry, I put it in the topic, but forgot to put it in the post. HP dv6000 laptop.
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According to your manual: http://h10032.www1.h...l/c01035677.pdf, you have to remove Switch Cover (3 screws), and then 4 screws to remove keyboard (sections 5.10, and 5.11).
Looks pretty easy. Hopefully, there is no damage to electrical components.
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