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I spilled sweet tea on my keyboard and now its glitching

I'm a relative novice regarding laptop repair. I've replaced heatsinks, batteries, and hard drives. I spilled sweet tea on my keyboard last week and I panicked. I wiped up the liquid on the surface of the keyboard and held it upside down for just a few moments, all the while it was on. It worked fine for the rest of he evening, but has been malfunctioning since. I let dry out for about 24 hours, but given that I'd already used the laptop, I believed that the damage was already done. The screen works fine, except for the bluetooth, which doesn't currently turn-on. The mousepad works fine. The keyboard however, is acting crazy. Some keys work fine, while others don't. Some keys I hit will produce seven other random letters. While others will repeat a sequence of letters without end. I'm using a usb keyboard to type this. I don't know what to do. It is under Microsoft's basic/standard warranty.

I believe any kind of repair is above my pay grade and I've grown to distrust local repair shops. I sense it may be better to sell it for as is, and just buy a new, or used one on Ebay. What do you think? Should I try to repair? Should I go to a local shop and trust they can fix it without charging me hundreds of hours in labor? Or, sell as is and just by another one.

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The best course on a liquid spill is to power off the computer immediately and remove the battery and the ac adapter. Since you have replaced heatsinks and other tasks then it would be a good idea to take the covers off of the laptop and look for moisture and clean it up with cotton swabs. Corrosion starts when the PCBs get wet and get worse if the moisture dries without clean up. 90% isopropyl alcohol also helps pull water away from exposed metal connections. The keyboard can be removed and soaked in 90% isopropyl alcohol to remove water and debris.

You can still do the clean up, but there will be more corrosion to deal with at this point. Corrosion usually looks like a white clump of powder that clings to different components. This corrosion also can be cleaned up with 90% isopropyl alcohol. Use a magnifying glass or a microscope to check the damage from the corrosion.

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