Will a new keyboard fix this problem?
I sloshed about a cup of milk over the front edge of my open and running MBP. It got into the trackpad, keys, and down beyond the keys. I flipped it, powered down, drained it, opened the case, dried all the milk I could see with cotton swabs, reassembled, and left a fan blowing on the keys overnight.
I tried it out this morning and it seems to sense an Apple key being held down most (but not all) of the time when neither of the Apple keys are being pressed. I tried turning off the Apple key's functions in the System Preferences, but doing that changed nothing.
How likely is it that installing a new keyboard will fix this problem? Is there something else I could do to fix it short of buying a new Mac? For what it's worth, I really don't have the funds to replace the MBP right now and am therefore open to hearing any suggestion.
Is this a good question?