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    Found the problem with a customers computer...pics inside

    A customer called me up and said their computer died and that it always worked great before.

    I took it apart and couldn't believe what I saw. I have repaired machines that have had coffee spills in them, dog pee shorting out the MB and dust so thick I had to use a small putty knife but I have never, ever seen anything like this...I thought you would enjoy it also...





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    WTH is that? Is it fiberglass? How did it get in there!?!?!
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    Tribbles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    Tribbles?
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    yah, what in the heck is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kandyman676 View Post
    yah, what in the heck is that?
    Insulation. I found mouse turds in there too so I have to assume she has mice problems.

    Needless to say, something caused the MB to short out so it's shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    Tribbles?
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    How in the hell would a mouse get inside the case?

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