01-02-2019 10:49 PM
my laptop got wet in my backpack due to a little bottle not properly closed.
It just have taken few drops, but it was in stand-by mode and after my new logon, it started to show problems, as some screen blinking or strange video signals, temporary black screens and DVD-ROM that continously open without the possibility to close it.
It definitevely turned off without my possibility to power-on again after a reboot attempt.
After some hours, I was able to power on again the laptop, and now the only symptom seems to be unwanted random stand-by with black screen.
Someone can suggest me a procedure-test to discover if the motherboard could be irredeemably damaged?
01-03-2019 08:06 AM
Welcome to the forum.
Although this may be too late in this situation, in general with a liquid spill it's best to drain any liquid (ThinkPads have drain holes for this) and then let the system dry out thoroughly before turning it on.
Lenovo offers a variety of diagnostic tools that you can install/run depending on the ThinkPad model and operating system it runs. See Lenovo Diagnostic Solutions: Overview and Lenovo Diagnostic Solutions: Diagnose & Fix
P.S. What was the liquid that got into the T430?