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Hide Question All replies Helpful answers Page 1 of 5 Next last by Linc Davis,★Helpful Linc Davis Sep 1, 2013 10:27 PM in response to panizbh Level 10 (208,098 points) Applications The repair centre said that the main board need to be replaced. Those with technical aptitude, patience, and the proper screw drivers can also attempt to disassemble their machine to dry out components too. Anonymous form close (x) Front Page Mac Blog iOS Blog Roundups AirPort Apple Car Apple Deals Apple Pay Apple Stores Apple TV Apple VR Project my review here

Set a fan in front of the open back overnight and this morning it started and seems to be working fine. So far, my computer is working like a dream! OBVS IT WONT WORK IF YOU SPILL A WHOLE DAMN FOUNTAIN BUT DAMN TY I LOVE U Reply Michael Smith link 9/7/2016 10:06:13 am Thank you for your help. The same thing just happened to my room mate tonight but I'm not sure she can stand four days to try to turn it on… We will see. useful source

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Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? The laptop was fine. It's working again after all the water had dried up. Is it a retina?

The spill was small, only a few drops onto the edge go the trackpad, but the mouse pointer was immediately unstable. Reply Safar Huseynov says: December 17, 2014 at 11:49 pm Hi. I then read and took inspiration from some of these posts, in that the egg had solidified in the edges around the trackpad, so with out taking the computer apart or Macbook Pro Trackpad Problem Fix The logic board was fried, and the keyboard was also kaput.

Moved the gear to a new room, and the next day started and used all the electrical equipment with the hotel manager present. Macbook Trackpad Not Clicking Reply Christina says: February 6, 2015 at 7:13 pm Worked at the Genius Bar -- Apple definitely DOES NOT cover any type of physical or liquid damage even with Apple Care BUT….

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I hope this can help someone, & remember to move QUICKLY! Macbook Trackpad Moving By Itself Just did this and there was a small amount on the one side of the trackpad. I set my computer up like a teepee inside the bag. Sep 24, 2013 2:58 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by thomas_r., thomas_r.

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Reply kai 8/28/2016 02:10:14 pm GUYS THIS WORKS DUDE OMDF I WAS LIKE SO DEPRESSED IT FELT LIKE I HAD A LOSS IN THE FAMILY BUT DUDE THIS WORKS 100% LIKE share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Azathoth, Jun 20, 2011 Azathoth macrumors 6502a Joined: Sep 16, 2009 #6 Wiped my 2010 MBP15 down with Macbook Pro Trackpad Problems When I came back the room was full of steam, it was so hot I could not enter for a few minutes and water was dripping from walls and the ceiling. Macbook Trackpad Not Working Properly Kept blow drier at good distance so not to damage components with heat.

Like everyone else, it was going crazy. http://sparcweb.net/macbook-pro/macbook-pro-bottom-half-of-trackpad-not-working.php knowing that the computer was out of battery, i connected it to the charger and turned it on only to hear funny sounds that i never heard before. If the cursor movements stop at once, you should suspect an intrusion.10. Sucking is more effective to take out the left over moisture. Macbook Pro Trackpad Reset

I had to leave a post on this because I am amazed it worked!! I am not sure what good flipping it does>? I wiped it with a towel and stupidly tried to power it on. get redirected here Waited a couple of days and both times all seemed to work well (whew).

After being initially erratic and the mouse moving around on the screen chaotically, the problem seemed to diminish over time so I thought the water had dried. Trackpad Not Working Imac share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply ar15203, Jul 25, 2010 ar15203 thread starter macrumors newbie Joined: Jul 25, 2010 #4 Thanks It's only been Sorry after spending almost $2000 I can't spend another $700 to repair it.

This is really a guide aimed at helping to recover from smaller water encounters, like a splash from a spilled glass of water, or cup of coffee knocked over onto a

Working... It is hard to see on the trackpad, but shows up easily on the black keys. You never know it might just work for you Reply Espresso says: February 8, 2015 at 3:42 pm First disconnect power/force shut down (hold power button 4+ seconds) - Put is How To Disable Macbook Trackpad Might have to form a new habit, but you'll never notice a week later.

IF IT'S LIKE 4 DROPS OF WATER OR LESS THEN UR FINE. I figured a nights sleep would do wonders but the problems persisted and working with an old mouse and external keyboard didn't help either. I am not authorized to send for service, and must try to mitigate the damage on my own if at all possible, but I don't want to risk causing damage either. http://sparcweb.net/macbook-pro/macbook-pro-unibody-trackpad-click-not-working.php i spilled tea on the MBP and it automatically shut down within about a second.

few hours later, i try to switch it on, it works perfectly. MacRumors attracts a broad audience of both consumers and professionals interested in the latest technologies and products. But half a year later the trackpad suddenly felt very strange. I quickly check all keys on keyboard all functional, just incase there are more water left behind I decided to put it back to the rice bag overnight, I saved all

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