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I did a hardware test and now i have some error codes. What is the best next step without warranty options? The codes are like this:
4sns/I/40000001:VPOR-8.365
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That error code is a sensor error. Which sensor is up to you to figure out and since you didn't give us any other information about the problem you're having, it's impossible to give you advice. I can tell you that others who have received that same error wound up replacing the logic board.
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Well i spilled soda cleaned it, broke it down and reassembled it. So that seems about right. I guess i will start looking into a replacement. I actually got a bunch of codes.
4sns/I/40000001:VPOR-8.355
4sns/I/40000001:VPOR-8.363
4sns/I/40000001:VPOR-8.345
4sns/I/40000001:VPOR-8.391
4sns/I/40000001:VPOR-8.385
4sns/I/40000001:VPOR-8.478

4sns/I/40000001:ICOR-0.173

I am currently using the computer so... It seems to be working for now. Is there an app or program that i could run that would assist in correcting these error or is that something only for a tech.
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Sorry no. No program or software is going to clear those errors and since it's because of a spill, how long the machine will continue to operate is unpredictable. Start saving now for a new machine. You may get lucky and be able to use it for a long time. Keep your fingers crossed.
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