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現在のバージョン作成者: jayeff ,

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Hi @chanelpreston ,
 
For starters, unfortunately the links to the images that you posted don’t work.
 
Here’s how to add images in ifixit https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499if you want to try it another way [guide|21499]
Here’s how to add images in ifixit https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499if you want to try it another way [guide|21499]
 
It’s like anything you try to rebuild using spare parts, it always costs a lot more to build than if you bought it new and then you have to factor in the labour cost as well.
 
Does the laptop still work with the charger connected?
 
If not it may be too late to save the motherboard or any other boards located in the laptop but you could always try.
 
Corrosion is an ongoing process and doesn’t stop until it has been appropriately cleaned from the boards. It is even worse if there still is (or was) power available on the boards as well, because the impurities in the liquids create circuit paths for the current which may not have been in the design of the laptop and can damage the components. Even though the laptop is turned off, there is still power available at various points on the boards. The power button is not a power isolating switch.
 
The longer that the laptop has been left in this condition and not treated appropriately the harder (and more costly) it will be to try to resurrect it.
 
You could try cleaning the boards as described below and see if that improves anything.
 
After that you may have to search online for the individual component parts that are the worst affected or don’t work at all, to see if you can get them at a better price and install them yourself.
 
Here’s a [https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|link] that may help. Type ''Thinkpad E580'' in the search box and then select the appropriate to your model variant option that appears. In the next page type in the machine number of your model - it should be on the model information label on the bottom of the laptop.
 
You will get a list of parts that are compatible with your exact model. The reason for doing this is to get the part numbers for the various parts. If you then search online using the part number ''only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the correct part so that you can get the best price.
 
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Cleaning:
 
Dis-assemble the laptop and clean ''all the affected parts'' using '''Isopropyl Alcohol 90%+''' (available from electronics parts stores) to remove all traces of corrosion. Do not use "rubbing alcohol" as in some cases this is only 70% IPA or less, can contain scents and is not as effective. If you do check the label to verify the amount of IPA
 
Here is a link that describes the process.
 
[[Electronics Water Damage]]
 
As always with electronics, especially surface mounted PCBs be gentle when handling and especially when brushing away the corrosion. You do not want to remove any components from the board.
 
Hopefully after you have done all this the laptop ''might'' possibly work correctly again.
 
Here is a link to the [https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles_pdf/tp_e580_e585_hmm_en.pdf|service manual] which may be of some help.
 
If this process seems too daunting, take your laptop to a reputable, professional laptop repair service experienced in liquid damage repair and ask for a quote for a repair.

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編集者: jayeff ,

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Hi @chanelpreston ,
 
For starters, unfortunately the links to the images that you posted don’t work.
 
Here’s how to add images in ifixit https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499
 
It’s like anything you try to rebuild using spare parts, it always costs a lot more to build than if you bought it new and then you have to factor in the labour cost as well.
 
Does the laptop still work with the charger connected?
 
If not it may be too late to save the motherboard or any other boards located in the laptop but you could always try.
 
Corrosion is an ongoing process and doesn’t stop until it has been appropriately cleaned from the boards. It is even worse if there still is (or was) power available on the boards as well, because the impurities in the liquids create circuit paths for the current which may not have been in the design of the laptop and can damage the components. Even though the laptop is turned off, there is still power available at various points on the boards. The power button is not a power isolating switch.
 
The longer that the laptop has been left in this condition and not treated appropriately the harder (and more costly) it will be to try to resurrect it.
 
You could try cleaning the boards as described below and see if that improves anything.
 
After that you may have to search online for the individual component parts that are the worst affected or don’t work at all, to see if you can get them at a better price and install them yourself.
 
Here’s a [https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|link] that may help. Type ''Thinkpad E580'' in the search box and then select the appropriate to your model variant option that appears. In the next page type in the machine number of your model - it should be on the model information label on the bottom of the laptop.
 
You will get a list of parts that are compatible with your exact model. The reason for doing this is to get the part numbers for the various parts. If you then search online using the part number ''only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the correct part so that you can get the best price.
 
———————————————————————————————————————————————————-
 
Cleaning:
 
Dis-assemble the laptop and clean ''all the affected parts'' using '''Isopropyl Alcohol 90%+''' (available from electronics parts stores) to remove all traces of corrosion. Do not use "rubbing alcohol" as in some cases this is only 70% IPA or less, can contain scents and is not as effective. If you do check the label to verify the amount of IPA
 
Here is a link that describes the process.
 
[[Electronics Water Damage]]
 
As always with electronics, especially surface mounted PCBs be gentle when handling and especially when brushing away the corrosion. You do not want to remove any components from the board.
 
Hopefully after you have done all this the laptop ''might'' possibly work correctly again.
 
Here is a link to the [https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles_pdf/tp_e580_e585_hmm_en.pdf|service manual] which may be of some help.
 
If this process seems too daunting, take your laptop to a reputable, professional laptop repair service experienced in liquid damage repair and ask for a quote for a repair.

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編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi @chanelpreston ,
 
For starters, unfortunately the links to the images that you posted don’t work.
 
It’s like anything you try to rebuild using spare parts, it always costs a lot more to build than if you bought it new and then you have to factor in the labour cost as well.
 
Does the laptop still work with the charger connected?
 
If not it may be too late to save the motherboard or any other boards located in the laptop but you could always try.
 
Corrosion is an ongoing process and doesn’t stop until it has been appropriately cleaned from the boards. It is even worse if there still is (or was) power available on the boards as well, because the impurities in the liquids create circuit paths for the current which may not have been in the design of the laptop and can damage the components. Even though the laptop is turned off, there is still power available at various points on the boards. The power button is not a power isolating switch.
 
The longer that the laptop has been left in this condition and not treated appropriately the harder (and more costly) it will be to try to resurrect it.
 
You could try cleaning the boards as described below and see if that improves anything.
 
After that you may have to search online for the individual component parts that are the worst affected or don’t work at all, to see if you can get them at a better price and install them yourself.
 
Here’s a [https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|link] that may help. Type ''Thinkpad E580'' in the search box and then select the appropriate to your model variant option that appears. In the next page type in the machine number of your model - it should be on the model information label on the bottom of the laptop.
 
You will get a list of parts that are compatible with your exact model. The reason for doing this is to get the part numbers for the various parts. If you then search online using the part number ''only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the correct part so that you can get the best price.
 
———————————————————————————————————————————————————-
 
Cleaning:
 
Dis-assemble the laptop and clean ''all the affected parts'' using '''Isopropyl Alcohol 90%+''' (available from electronics parts stores) to remove all traces of corrosion. Do not use "rubbing alcohol" as in some cases this is only 70% IPA or less, can contain scents and is not as effective. If you do check the label to verify the amount of IPA
 
Here is a link that describes the process.
 
[[Electronics Water Damage]]
 
As always with electronics, especially surface mounted PCBs be gentle when handling and especially when brushing away the corrosion. You do not want to remove any components from the board.
 
Hopefully after you have done all this the laptop ''might'' possibly work correctly again.
 
Here is a link to the [https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles_pdf/tp_e580_e585_hmm_en.pdf|service manual] which may be of some help.
 
If this process seems too daunting, take your phonelaptop to a reputable, professional laptop repair service experienced in liquid damage repair and ask for a quote for a repair.
If this process seems too daunting, take your phonelaptop to a reputable, professional laptop repair service experienced in liquid damage repair and ask for a quote for a repair.

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オリジナル投稿者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi @chanelpreston ,

For starters, unfortunately the links to the images that you posted don’t work.

It’s like anything you try to rebuild using spare parts, it always costs a lot more to build than if you bought it new and then you have to factor in the labour cost as well.

Does the laptop still work with the charger connected?

If not it may be too late to save the motherboard or any other boards located in the laptop but you could always try.

Corrosion is an ongoing process and doesn’t stop until it has been appropriately cleaned from the boards. It is even worse if there still is (or was) power available on the boards as well, because the impurities in the liquids create circuit paths for the current which may not have been in the design of the laptop and can damage the components. Even though the laptop is turned off, there is still power available at various points on the boards. The power button is not a power isolating switch.

The longer that the laptop has been left in this condition and not treated appropriately the harder (and more costly) it will be to try to resurrect it.

You could try cleaning the boards as described below and see if that improves anything.

After that you may have to search online for the individual component parts that are the worst affected or don’t work at all, to see if you can get them at a better price and install them yourself.

Here’s a [https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|link] that may help. Type ''Thinkpad E580'' in the search box and then select the appropriate to your model variant option that appears. In the next page type in the machine number of your model - it should be on the model information label on the bottom of the laptop.

You will get a list of parts that are compatible with your exact model. The reason for doing this is to get the part numbers for the various  parts. If you then search online using the part number ''only'' you’ll get results for suppliers of the correct part so that you can get the best price.

———————————————————————————————————————————————————-

Cleaning:

Dis-assemble the laptop and  clean ''all the affected parts'' using '''Isopropyl Alcohol 90%+''' (available from electronics parts stores) to remove all traces of corrosion. Do not use "rubbing alcohol" as in some cases this is only 70% IPA or less, can contain scents and is not as effective. If you do check the label to verify the  amount of IPA

Here is a link that describes the process.

[[Electronics Water Damage]]

As always with electronics, especially surface mounted PCBs be gentle when handling and especially when brushing away the corrosion. You do not want to remove any components from the board.

Hopefully after you have done all this the laptop ''might'' possibly work correctly again.

Here is a link to the [https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles_pdf/tp_e580_e585_hmm_en.pdf|service manual] which may be of some help.

If this process seems too daunting, take your phone to a reputable, professional laptop repair service and ask for a quote for a repair.

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