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Hi,
 
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out what’s in the ones that you used)
 
Did you wipe the keyboard whilst the laptop was on or start the laptop before the keyboard had completely dried?
 
Isopropyl Alcohol is electrically conductive but evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave a conductive residue but the type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and leave a residue and because of this, cleaning the keyboard may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits if the laptop was on during the cleaning process or turned onto too soon afterwards.
 
You may have to replace the top cover/keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is an integral part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare partpart number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare partpart number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out what’s in the ones that you used)
 
Did you wipe the keyboard whilst the laptop was on or start the laptop before the keyboard had completely dried?
 
Isopropyl Alcohol is electrically conductive but evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave a conductive residue but the type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and leave a residue and because of this, cleaning the keyboard may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits if the laptop was on during the cleaning process or turned onto too soon afterwards.
 
You may have to replace the top cover/keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is an integral part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out what’s in the ones that you used)
 
Did you wipe the keyboard whilst the laptop was on or start the laptop before the keyboard had completely dried?
 
Isopropyl Alcohol is electrically conductive but evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave a conductive residue but the type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and leave a residue and because of this, cleaning the keyboard may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits if the laptop was on during the cleaning process or turned onto too soon afterwards.
 
You may have to replace the top cover/keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is an integral part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.
Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out what’s in the ones that you used)
 
Did you wipe the keyboard whilst the laptop was on or start the laptop before the keyboard had completely dried?
 
Isopropyl Alcohol is electrically conductive but evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave a conductive residue but the type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and leave a residue and because of this, cleaning the keyboard may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits if the laptop was on during the cleaning process or turned onto too soon afterwards.
 
You may have to replace the keyboardtop cover/keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
You may have to replace the keyboardtop cover/keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is an integral part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out what’s in the ones that you used)
 
Did you wipe the keyboard whilst the laptop was on or start the laptop before the keyboard had completely dried?
 
Isopropyl Alcohol is electrically conductive but evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave a conductive residue but the type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and leave a residue and because of this, cleaning the keyboard may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits if the laptop was on during the cleaning process or turned onto too soon afterwards.
 
You may have to replace the keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is an integral part of the top cover.
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is an integral part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out what’s in the ones that you used)
 
Did you wipe the keyboard whilst the laptop was on or start the laptop before the keyboard had completely dried?
 
Isopropyl Alcohol is electrically conductive but evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave a conductive residue but the type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and leave a residue and thisbecause of this, cleaning the keyboard may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits if the laptop was on during the cleaning process or turned onto too soon afterwards.
Isopropyl Alcohol is electrically conductive but evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave a conductive residue but the type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and leave a residue and thisbecause of this, cleaning the keyboard may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits if the laptop was on during the cleaning process or turned onto too soon afterwards.
 
You may have to replace the keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out what’s in the ones that you used)
 
Did you wipe the keyboard whilst the laptop was on or start the laptop before the keyboard had completely dried?
 
Isopropyl Alcohol is electrically conductive but evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave a conductive residue but the type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and leave a residue and this may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits if the laptop was on during the cleaning process or turned onto too soon afterwards.
Isopropyl Alcohol is electrically conductive but evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave a conductive residue but the type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and leave a residue and this may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits if the laptop was on during the cleaning process or turned onto too soon afterwards.
 
You may have to replace the keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out what’s in the ones that you used)
 
Did you wipe the keyboard whilst the laptop was on or start the laptop before the keyboard had completely dried?
 
TheIsopropyl Alcohol is electrically conductive but evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave a conductive residue but the type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and leave a residue and this may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits if the laptop was on during the cleaning process or turned onto soon afterwards.
TheIsopropyl Alcohol is electrically conductive but evaporates quickly and doesn’t leave a conductive residue but the type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and leave a residue and this may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits if the laptop was on during the cleaning process or turned onto soon afterwards.
 
You may have to replace the keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out whatswhat’s in the ones that you used)
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out whatswhat’s in the ones that you used)
 
Did you wipe the keyboard whilst the laptop was on or start the laptop before the keyboard had completely dried?
 
The type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and this may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits
 
You may have to replace the keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out whats in the ones that you used)
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. (check the packaging label to find out whats in the ones that you used)
 
Did you wipe the keyboard whilst the laptop was on or start the laptop before the keyboard had completely dried?
 
The type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and this may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits
 
You may have to replace the keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
The constituent parts of anti bacterial wipes usually consists of a disinfectant and approx. 70% Isopropyl Alcohol.
 
Did you wipe the keyboard whilst the laptop was on or start the laptop before the keyboard had completely dried?
 
The type of disinfectant used in the anti bacterial wipes may be extremely conductive to electricity and this may have damaged the components in the keyboard by providing electrical paths that were not in the design of the keyboard circuits
 
You may have to replace the keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
You may have to replace the keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
You may have to replace the keyboard as attempting to repair a liquid damaged keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.
 
Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is part of the top cover.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.
 
On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.
 
Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.
 
If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.
 
Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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Hi,

You may have to replace the keyboard as attempting to repair a keyboard can result in more problems than what you had.

Replacing the keyboard in your model laptop is not the easiest to do as you have to completely dis-assemble the laptop to get to it, as it is part of the top cover.

Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227786|service manual] for your laptop.

On p.75 it says : “''The top cover/keyboard spare part remains after all other spare parts have been removed''”.

Also on p.75-76 you’ll find the spare part numbers for all the country specific top cover/keyboard variants available for your model.

If you search online using the appropriate to your model ''spare part number only''  you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.

Usually you should be able to find the spare part number stamped on the underside of the keyboard/top cover if you wish to verify that you are ordering the correct replacement part.

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