1 LSI indicator activated on battery
I recently spilt lucazade on my MacBook Air. Turned it upside down immediately and left it to dry, was working, but turned it off to prevent further damage. It didn't turn on again, so I took it apart and a couple of LSI indicators are red. One LSI is red on the battery, but the rest are white. Does anyone know if with one LSI red the whole battery will need replacing or will it still work with 4 LSIs white?
THANK YOU EVERYONE! I got it to turn on, only problem is the fan isn't working...I think is is a bit of a big problem, possibly I broke the connection, or it corroded from the sugar (1 week since spill now) Can I fix it? Also the speaker is now quite tinny, I don't mind so much about that, but suggestions are always welcome! I can upload pictures once I've got it open again
They got it pretty bad, thankfully nothing went on the logic board as far as I can tell- the comouter has been rnning fine the last couple of hours. dont know exactly what is wrong with the fan, but i snapped the pastic part of the connector cable which holds it down when taking it apart. i figure this is just there to hold it in place though, so cant have caused the whole thing not to work? maybe the sugar corroded the metal parts of the connection? I had a bit of a 'nothing to lose' attitude before, but now I know it's working fine except for the fan, I feel a bit more worried. Any thoughts?
Is this a good question?