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


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The best method is to get about 4-6 2 liter bottles of Soda Water. Open one and turn it upside down, shake it to release the carbonation and, using your finger in the bottle to create a strong spray, blast all the Poo off the board. Do this repeatedly until it's clean. Let it thoroughly dry and you should be good to go. Trust me, this works. No, I have no actual experience removing nephew Poo, but I have removed other things from components.

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Lmao, poo retardant encasing is another feature not found on the Deluxe?  :D

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Yes.The Premium has a special coating on the motherboard, so the poop just slips off.

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LOL!!!!! this thread is awesome, got my 5 thumbs up!

btw, I have no idea how to wipe the mobo of the feces,

I make my point, little children, yet to be corrupted by life, know exactly what to do with an ASUS A8N SLi Premium.....

ask e-m00 how his dog respects DFI (seriously, he tried it once, the dog was barking, he said: shut up fot the A8N SLi premium power!!!..... dog kept on barking.... do it for the DFI 1337 power!, inmediately his dog stoped barking.....)

NATURE KNOWS!!!!!!

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hehe unfortunate but funny

I'd probably blast it with flux remover or contact cleaner - it'll dissolve anything and evaporate quickly. Water probably isn't really a good idea unless you use distilled water because contaminants in the water could be left behind and bridge some contacts or solder junctions.. Motherboards have some pretty close tolerances.

something like this -

chemtronics flux-off

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ROFLMFAO

Remove the battery from the mobo and let it sit for 15 mins then do as was suggested earlier and clean it in a mild soap and water solution with a tooth brush. When finished rinse of with bottled distilled waterto make shure no trace minerals are left behind. hang the boar up somewhere where it can get good air and leave to dry for 5 to 7 days, after which you should be good to go.

option 2 is the electrical cleaner but i do not know how good that will be for the pcb.

It is a myth that water conducts electricity!!! It is really the minerals or the ions in the water that conduc electricity so therefor by using distilled deionized water you could run your whole pc submerged withought damage to anything

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I would return it to newegg, say it was like that when you received it, and complain about the quality of their services and staff for doing such a thing. :D

you don't actually spill water all over your mobo in water cooling...

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never heard of total-immersion cooling?

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