Full glass of water pour into my MBPS 15"?

I want to know how I will be available to see what is the damage on my MBP after a guy drop a full glass of water on my MBP, I have opened and try to clean, dry up all the device, use air to make sure all the water is dry, change

Memory too, first turn on it look that is was going to work but my screen was blur and without colors, after that screen is black, battery is fine, I can hear a sound coming from MBP and stop and goes again and stop.

Can some one help me here..

It's very much appreciate.

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Hello guys

It was several weeks that I post my trouble, well now I try again turn on and it works perfectly but the screen does have some light point very clear ones all around, coul some one tell me if I need to change the screen or is internal damage and how much I should ask for this MBPS 15" 1 year old.

750 hd

8 gb memory.

Thanks

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First hing you want to do is to unplug your computer and unplug the battery. Then you should tell us how you clean it. Also, if you give us the last three digits of your serial number, we can properly identify your computer and the components. "but my screen was blur and without colors, after that screen is black, " sounds like you are having some GPU/ display port issues. Again, unplug it from all power supplies. Check your logic board for any missing, burned, or charred looking components.

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Yea - well you probably applied power to it too soon. It takes a long time to dry out a wet laptop (days not minutes or hours). Connect to an external monitor - if there's no video there you've blown your video chip/logic board (since most video chips are soldered to the boards). You can check out the tags at right for some troubleshooting advice/repair scenarios.

You can pull the HD and see if it will work in an external case connected to another Mac. If it does you should be able to boot from it and backup/save any important data.

If, however you have video on an external monitor your problem is only in the internal chain. You will have to look closely for corroded, burned components on the logic board, check the connectors to the cables.

Depending upon the age of the box you might be wiser to part out what works rather than trying to fix what's broken.

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