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MacBook Pro 2018 / A1989 power button (touch ID) not working

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2 days ago, I had a full glass of tap water spill onto keyboard, I removed motherboard instantly and used IPA (%100) with a brush clean it thoroughly. I also splashed IPA onto the keyboard and lightly scrubbed the keys and touch board thoroughly to force IPA through the keys. I repeated this a few times. letting it dry for 8 hrs.

After re-installing, keyboard keys are not responding as before and sometimes doubling up. Should I remove keyboard and IPA clean all soldered components immediately?

I followed the online Electronics repair school. this guy is the best and learn’t a lot from him. he uses zippo petrol to clean parts. I wonder is that better to use instead of IPA. He also applies liquid flux after scrubbing with petrol and heats the board and scrubs again. I wonder should I do that.

Here’s the link https://youtu.be/oRFmhLy1t5Y

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MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar 2018

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Modifié par : chris ,

Titre:

MacBook Pro 2018 / A1989 power button (touch ID) not working

Texte:

2 days ago, I had a full glass of tap water spill onto keyboard, I removed motherboard instantly and used IPA (%100) with a brush clean it thoroughly. I also splashed IPA onto the keyboard and lightly scrubbed the keys and touch board thoroughly to force IPA through the keys. I repeated this a few times. letting it dry for 8 hrs.

After re-installing, keyboard keys are not responding as before and sometimes doubling up. Should I remove keyboard and IPA clean all soldered components immediately?

I followed the online Electronics repair school. this guy is the best and learn’t a lot from him. he uses zippo petrol to clean parts. I wonder is that better to use instead of IPA. He also applies liquid flux after scrubbing with petrol and heats the board and scrubs again. I wonder should I do that.

Here’s the link https://youtu.be/oRFmhLy1t5Y

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar 2018

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

+583098

Modifié par : chris ,

Titre:

MacBook Pro 2018 / A1989 power button (touch ID) not working

Texte:

2 days ago, I had a full glass of tap water spill onto keyboard, I removed motherboard instantly and used IPA (%100) with a brush clean it thoroughly. I also splashed IPA onto the keyboard and lightly scrubbed the keys and touch board thoroughly to force IPA through the keys. I repeated this a few times. letting it dry for 8 hrs.

After re-installing, keyboard keys are not responding as before and sometimes doubling up. Should I remove keyboard and IPA clean all soldered components immediately?

I followed the online Electronics repair school. this guy is the best and learn’t a lot from him. he uses zippo petrol to clean parts. I wonder is that better to use instead of IPA. He also applies liquid flux after scrubbing with petrol and heats the board and scrubs again. I wonder should I do that.

Here’s the link https://youtu.be/oRFmhLy1t5Y

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar 2018

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

-583091

Modifié par : chris ,

Titre:

MacBook Pro 2018 / A1989 power button (touch ID) not working

Texte:

2 days ago, I had a full glass of tap water spill onto keyboard, I removed motherboard instantly and used IPA (%100) with a brush clean it thoroughly. I also splashed IPA onto the keyboard and lightly scrubbed the keys and touch board thoroughly to force IPA through the keys. I repeated this a few times. letting it dry for 8 hrs.

After re-installing, keyboard keys are not responding as before and sometimes doubling up. Should I remove keyboard and IPA clean all soldered components immediately?

I followed the online Electronics repair school. this guy is the best and learn’t a lot from him. he uses zippo petrol to clean parts. I wonder is that better to use instead of IPA. He also applies liquid flux after scrubbing with petrol and heats the board and scrubs again. I wonder should I do that.

Here’s the link https://youtu.be/oRFmhLy1t5Y

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar 2018

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

+583091

Modifié par : Dan ,

Titre:

MacBook Pro 2018 / A1989 power button (touch ID) not working

Texte:

-2 days ago, i had a full glass of tap water spill onto keyboard, remove motherboard instantly and IPA (%100) brush clean thoroughly. I also splashed IPA onto the keyboard and lightly scrubbed the keys and touch board thoroughly to force IPA through the keys. I repeated this a few times. let it dry for 8 hrs. let it dry for 8 hrs. After reinstalment, keyboard keys are not responding as before and sometimes doubling up. should i remove keyboard and IPA clean all soldered components immediately? i follow online Electronics repair school. this guy is the best and learnt allot from him. he uses zippo petrol to clean parts. i wonder is that better to use instead of IPA. he also applies liquid flux after scrubbing with petrol and heats the board and scrubs again. i wonder should i do that. here’s the link https://youtu.be/oRFmhLy1t5Y
+2 days ago, I had a full glass of tap water spill onto keyboard, I removed motherboard instantly and used IPA (%100) with a brush clean it thoroughly. I also splashed IPA onto the keyboard and lightly scrubbed the keys and touch board thoroughly to force IPA through the keys. I repeated this a few times. letting it dry for 8 hrs.
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+After re-installing, keyboard keys are not responding as before and sometimes doubling up. Should I remove keyboard and IPA clean all soldered components immediately?
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+I followed the online Electronics repair school. this guy is the best and learn’t a lot from him. he uses zippo petrol to clean parts. I wonder is that better to use instead of IPA. He also applies liquid flux after scrubbing with petrol and heats the board and scrubs again. I wonder should I do that.
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+Here’s the link https://youtu.be/oRFmhLy1t5Y

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar 2018

Statut:

open

Modifié par : chris ,

Titre:

MacBook Pro 2018 / A1989 power button (touch ID) not working

Texte:

-2 days ago i had a full glass of tap water spill onto keyboard, remove motherboard instantly and IPA (%100) brush clean thoroughly. I also splashed IPA onto the keyboard and lightly scrubbed the keys and touch board thoroughly to force IPA through the keys. I repeated this a few times. let it dry for 8 hrs. let it dry for 6 hrs. After reinstallment, keyboard keys are not responding as before and sometimes doubling up. should i remove keyboard and IPA clean all soldered components immediately? should i also appy wet flux onto all the components, lightly heat it up and brush it again. i follow online Electronics repair school. this guy is the best and learnt allot from him. he uses zippo petrol to clean parts. i wonder is that better to use instead of IPA. heres the link https://youtu.be/oRFmhLy1t5Y
+2 days ago, i had a full glass of tap water spill onto keyboard, remove motherboard instantly and IPA (%100) brush clean thoroughly. I also splashed IPA onto the keyboard and lightly scrubbed the keys and touch board thoroughly to force IPA through the keys. I repeated this a few times. let it dry for 8 hrs. let it dry for 8 hrs. After reinstalment, keyboard keys are not responding as before and sometimes doubling up. should i remove keyboard and IPA clean all soldered components immediately? i follow online Electronics repair school. this guy is the best and learnt allot from him. he uses zippo petrol to clean parts. i wonder is that better to use instead of IPA. he also applies liquid flux after scrubbing with petrol and heats the board and scrubs again. i wonder should i do that. here’s the link https://youtu.be/oRFmhLy1t5Y

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar 2018

Statut:

open

Modifié par : chris ,

Titre:

MacBook Pro 2018 / A1989 power button (touch ID) not working

Texte:

-2 days ago i had a full glass of tap water spill onto keyboard, remove motherboard instantly and IPA brush clean thoroughly. let it dry for 6 hrs. After reinstallment, keyboard keys are not responding as before and sometimes doubling up. should i remove keyboard and IPA clean all soldered components immediately? should i also appy wet flux onto all the components, lightly heat it up and brush it again. i follow online Electronics repair school. this guy is the best and learnt allot from him. he uses zippo petrol to clean parts. i wonder is that better to use instead of IPA. heres the link https://youtu.be/oRFmhLy1t5Y
+2 days ago i had a full glass of tap water spill onto keyboard, remove motherboard instantly and IPA (%100) brush clean thoroughly. I also splashed IPA onto the keyboard and lightly scrubbed the keys and touch board thoroughly to force IPA through the keys. I repeated this a few times. let it dry for 8 hrs. let it dry for 6 hrs. After reinstallment, keyboard keys are not responding as before and sometimes doubling up. should i remove keyboard and IPA clean all soldered components immediately? should i also appy wet flux onto all the components, lightly heat it up and brush it again. i follow online Electronics repair school. this guy is the best and learnt allot from him. he uses zippo petrol to clean parts. i wonder is that better to use instead of IPA. heres the link https://youtu.be/oRFmhLy1t5Y

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar 2018

Statut:

open

Contribution d'origine par : chris ,

Titre:

MacBook Pro 2018 / A1989 power button (touch ID) not working

Texte:

2 days ago i had a full glass of tap water spill onto keyboard, remove motherboard instantly and IPA brush clean thoroughly. let it dry for 6 hrs. After reinstallment, keyboard keys are not responding as before and sometimes doubling up. should i remove keyboard and IPA clean all soldered components immediately? should i also  appy wet flux onto all the components, lightly heat it up and brush it again. i follow  online Electronics repair school. this guy is the best and learnt allot from him. he uses zippo petrol to clean parts. i wonder is that better to use instead of IPA. heres the link https://youtu.be/oRFmhLy1t5Y

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar 2018

Statut:

open