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You have taken the proper steps. I would open the machine and do a clean up, just to make sure nothing is in there that can cause problems in the future. And yes, opening your machine does void the warranty. But, you have taken the proper steps, if you decide to open, clean it up with isopropyl alcohol (90%) and cotton swabs. You're stuck between a rock and a hardplace, if you dont clean up you run the chance of running into problems, if you open the machine you void the warranty. But if u dont open for cleanup and run into problems in the future those liquid indicators will void your warranty. I say you open the machine very carefully and clean up without leaving traces behind. Good luck!!Luck
You have taken the proper steps. I would open the machine and do a clean up, just to make sure nothing is in there that can cause problems in the future. And yes, opening your machine does void the warranty. But, you have taken the proper steps, if you decide to open, clean it up with isopropyl alcohol (90%) and cotton swabs. You're stuck between a rock and a hardplace, if you dont clean up you run the chance of running into problems, if you open the machine you void the warranty. But if u dont open for cleanup and run into problems in the future those liquid indicators will void your warranty. I say you open the machine very carefully and clean up without leaving traces behind. Good luck!!Luck

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Original post by Majesty,

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You have taken the proper steps. I would open the machine and do a clean up, just to make sure nothing is in there that can cause problems in the future. And yes, opening your machine does void the warranty. But, you have taken the proper steps, if you decide to open, clean it up with isopropyl alcohol (90%) and cotton swabs. Good luck!!

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