Lenovo Yoga 910-BSOD -after water spillage-Lights/fans working


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    Lenovo Yoga 910-BSOD -after water spillage-Lights/fans working


    Hello all, hope you all had good Easter.

    Forgive me pls if this not the right place to post for my issue, having hard time after my another laptop also having the BSOD!

    This is Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB ,small amount of water splashed inside the power port area ,removed,cleaned completely,dried. The USB I/O board does look a bit different! Started up normally after i switched on, when i did the second time, its starts lights up,key board lights comes for few second and goes, power button lights flashes etc,fan runs, but no Image on the screen!

    * My initial thought is to replace the I/O board(please see the attached pictures) but not sure how to check if this is still alive! what if even replacing this not going to solve the problem.

    *Done the usual remove battery, hold down the power button etc, RAM is soldered to the board! Couldn't see a BIOS battery!

    *Posted in Lenovo forum but not getting response, is there any forum like us where we can ask about HARDWARE issues?
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    Unfortunately with electronics one can never be sure that damage in one area did or didn't migrate to other areas. In most cases with Notebooks, liquid damage will necessitate replacement of the computer, not just try repairs. As I mentioned in a different post, working on a computer in a shop that charges $40 [not a realistic figure] will bring a 5-hour job up to half the cost of a replacement decent machine with a warranty. So it condenses down to whether the part/s cost and labor charges warrant continuing to fix a machine. Doing it oneself still has the parts issue, sometimes better to replace the whole motherboard and attachments to it.
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    Berton said:
    Unfortunately with electronics one can never be sure that damage in one area did or didn't migrate to other areas. In most cases with Notebooks, liquid damage will necessitate replacement of the computer, not just try repairs. As I mentioned in a different post, working on a computer in a shop that charges $40 [not a realistic figure] will bring a 5-hour job up to half the cost of a replacement decent machine with a warranty. So it condenses down to whether the part/s cost and labor charges warrant continuing to fix a machine. Doing it oneself still has the parts issue, sometimes better to replace the whole motherboard and attachments to it.
    Thank for reply Berton,

    *Laptop was kept in a back bag with frozen food( I am an total idiot !) un lucky me got late reaching home, which ended up a bit water form the defrosted made the bottom part of the bag wet where the charging port was there!

    *If the laptop didn't run or lights not working or fan not working then i assume there is some thing gone seriously damaged, but its all good, so something replacement may help that's what at least me thinking as a hope.

    *At the moment bcoz of lock down no shops opened otherwise don't mind to take to a shop end check is it worth repair or not.
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