How to clean feces (YES, FECES) off a motherboard


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:no: I feel sorry for you ><, If this happend to me words could not express how ****ed off I would be at the baby.

If I where you I would try saying its stuffed then try and retern it to NewEgg I don't think I would put any thing fece covervrd near my PC ><!

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Owned. My question is, how did the toddler crap on the motherboard if there was a bag over it?

EDIT: I wonder how many pages this thread will become..

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im rating this a 5!! hahahah!!

I think this just won best neowin thread for 2005!!

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Lol

"taking a dump" hadn't heard that in so long..

Edit: imagine if he doesn't clean it well, turns it on, and then the smell of cooked sh*t ! :wacko:

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rated a 5, everyone needs this sort of information in case it happens to them.

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Yeah sure, cause we all leave are mobos on a daily basis on the floor with our baby cousing around :rofl:

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Put your motherboard in a bucket with warm soapy water and clean it with a toothbrush.

And no I'm not joking.

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Totally agree with this option, Have cleaned nearly 500 boards from various systems (medical/military/consumer) and as long as it is rinsed properly and VERY dry it is the best method.

The water will not damage anything that has no power, in saying that remove the battery or the powered rom before cleaning (any sort of cleaning).

Be gentle with the tooth brush as you don?t want to break any bits.

If there are any paper labels you might want to copy what they say before any cleaning.

Just a reminder, soap removes dirt, alcohol dissolves most things but not dirt, although it will probably sterilise the board for you.

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