My MacBook Pro doesn't recognize the battery after minor liquid spill

Hello and thank you in advance to everyone that will try to help me.

My MacBook Pro get water damaged with some drops of water on the left/up side and, as it should do in this cases, i rapidly shutted down and reversed it.

The laptop works perfectly fine with the exception of it not recognizing the battery, thus the laptop only turns on while being connected to the power cord. The battery icon on the top right displays an X with "No battery available". This is mirrored in the System Information interface under Power, where all values for this section display "No" and "0" (as in the battery is not recognized). If i remove the power cord it goes on kind of a sleep state because if i re-plug the cord it wakes so it doesn’t shut down.

I have tried SMC Reset and this made no difference. I’ve also tried cleaning the NVRAM/PRAM without any luck.

I’ve also tried a method described on a discussion on this site that consist on removing the battery, press 10 sec the power button, plug the magsafe while pushing power and then plug the battery in. With this method the MacBook turns on WITHOUT the power cord (so the battery is working), with the airfan at max speed but the battery icon on the top right still displays an X.

I’ve also purchased a new battery and replaced the old one but nothing changed.

I know that it is near impossible to diagnose what is wrong with the laptop via the forum, but what are the options? There are any other thing i can try do to or the only solution is asking to a service provider?

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