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Current version by: Tom Chai ,

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Best idea on the planet, trying to power on soaked electronics and see if it works, if it didn’t work, let’s try frying another working device to see if it is actually the case.
 
If there are no obvious mechanical or liquid damage in the laptop and warranty is still valid, they should not care and just repair your laptop for free, don’t mention that you’ve tried to charge it with a soaked charger.
 
And next time if your charger is damaged, just throw it away, damaging good devices is one thing, chargers deal with live voltage and can electrocute you if an internal short develops.

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Original post by: Tom Chai ,

Text:

Best idea on the planet, trying to power on soaked electronics and see if it works, if it didn’t work, let’s try frying another working device to see if it is actually the case.

If there are no obvious mechanical or liquid damage in the laptop and warranty is still valid, they should not care and just repair your laptop for free, don’t mention that you’ve tried to charge it with a soaked charger.

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open