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MBP Dead after a tiny drop of water

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I spilled some water on my table and didn't realize some went under the MBP. It kept on working for the whole day until I picked it up to leave. Then I saw the water when I turned it over. It was just a few drops, but I guess one slid in, because now it's dead.

No noise, lights, fan anything when I press power. With/without battery (fully charged). I  tried swapping around all the RAM chips in case one got wet; no luck. Opened it up all the way and nothing obviously wrong. Left next to a heater to dry for 2 days and nothing.

It's out of warranty; any ideas for something I could try? Or if this could be anything cheaper than a logic board replacement (so expensive I might as well just buy a new one)?

Thanks!

PS: Model  A1226

Tim

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MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 and A1260
MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 and A1260

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Titre:

MBP Dead after a tiny drop of water

Texte:

I spilled some water on my table and didn't realize some went under the MBP. It kept on working for the whole day until I picked it up to leave. Then I saw the water when I turned it over. It was just a few drops, but I guess one slid in, because now it's dead.
 
No noise, lights, fan anything when I press power. With/without battery (fully charged). I tried swapping around all the RAM chips in case one got wet; no luck. Opened it up all the way and nothing obviously wrong. Left next to a heater to dry for 2 days and nothing.
 
It's out of warranty; any ideas for something I could try? Or if this could be anything cheaper than a logic board replacement (so expensive I might as well just buy a new one)?
 
Thanks!
 
PS: Model A1226
 
Tim

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MacBook Pro A1226
MacBook Pro A1226

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Message d'origine par : Tim ,

Titre:

MBP Dead after a tiny drop of water

Texte:

I spilled some water on my table and didn't realize some went under the MBP. It kept on working for the whole day until I picked it up to leave. Then I saw the water when I turned it over. It was just a few drops, but I guess one slid in, because now it's dead.

No noise, lights, fan anything when I press power. With/without battery (fully charged). I  tried swapping around all the RAM chips in case one got wet; no luck. Opened it up all the way and nothing obviously wrong. Left next to a heater to dry for 2 days and nothing.

It's out of warranty; any ideas for something I could try? Or if this could be anything cheaper than a logic board replacement (so expensive I might as well just buy a new one)?

Thanks!

Tim

Appareil:

MacBook Pro A1226

Statut:

open