keyboard is not responding after small water damage / repair
Yesterday, I spilled a small amount of tea on my MacBook Pro. it spilled mainly around the trackpad area and to the first row of keys, space and commend etc.
I turned it off, ejected the battery, stripped the computer, remove the logic board and removed the keyboard backlight panel and then dried the upper-case with a hair drier.
I also took out the touchpad and gave it a clean. Tragically, I tore the touchpad ribbon upon removal.
all systems work per normal except:
- fans run non-stop
- keyboard is totally unresponsive
- obviously trackpad dead but new ribbon is on it's way.
what on earth happened in there? before stripping it completely after a dry, when I booted it up to test the trackpad, after about 20 seconds the volume started to go up by itself and I think random keys were being pressed.
what is my next move?
Is this a good question?