Water Damage

Water Damage Water, and more critically, tea, coffee, juice and several other liquids, are electricity conductors. So if they get onto a chip inside your computer, or even form a bridge between two components that should not be connected, they can cause burnout and the failure of various elements of circuit boards. This is the most obvious type of damage done by water.
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    Select your nearest store and bring your computer or device to us.

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    We offer a fast and professional repair service with qualified technicians.

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    Collect your repaired device or we can courier it back to you.

Spillages Shut it off! Immediately remove the battery, the A/C adapter, and unplug the device after the spill. The biggest danger at first is the device shorting out. The electrolytic activity of combining electricity and liquids will begin as soon as the liquid contacts the powered circuits so removing the power and battery immediately is essential. Turn it upside down immediately to stop the liquid from traveling deeper into the machine. Clean up any part of the spill you can get to. Use paper towels or any absorbent material that is lint-free. Wipe up anything sticky. This may include the screen, the keys on the keyboard, and any buttons. Use a clean, slightly dampened, lint-free cloth. Disconnect and remove any and all external devices.
What to do next? Bring or send the laptop into our shop sooner rather than later and we will inspect your laptop immediately and dry the laptop completely before turning it back on to see the extent of the damage We will then let you know what the damage is (If Any) and quote you on the cost of any repairs. In any case 99% of the time we will be able to recover your data from the laptop.

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