Someone reply! Pleeeease!
In england that's not the case. You could get it replaced through your insurance. Though your premium might be higher.DoubleHelix said:kiwiguy, I see that you're in New Zealand. Does your home owner's insurance allow for small claims for things such as computer parts? In the US, too many small claims can be cause for a company to drop insurance coverage completely leaving the homeowner to purchase very expensive high-risk insurance. Here, claims should only be made for catastrophic occurrences.
Not a matter of being "safe to use", more one of "using it causes the electronics to be permanently damaged"maddarlo said:Thanks for your replies. Is it not safe to use then? I've had it on a few hours now with no problems. Also, is it simple to clean? Is it something I could do myself - or would it need doing by a pro?
unless the red wine went horizontal on the screen, it means something did get some of the wine and now it's beyond repair without actually diving into it. No LCD manufacturer will warranty it or probably even won't waste any time on it.Now there's a big pink streak across the bottom half of the screen and the colours below it look brighter than those above it.