Corrosion found in logic board after water damage
Unfortunately last week I brought my Macbook Pro to an outdoors stall during a rainy day! And while one girl was typing on my Macbook, a random mass of water (that had been collecting on the roof tarp) dumped itself on her AND my brand new Macbook Pro!!!
I received advice from those around to switch it off and leave it off for a few days (and place in rice).. and I thought i had switched it off, but 5mins later, i checked and it was still on!!(with the "Do you want to shut down?" sign on the screen) ..so I quickly shut it down then (though the screen was beginning to flicker).
Anyway, it's now been 7 days, and during that time, I've left it off, put it in rice, used a hair dryer on it, etc.. but didn't realise it would be ok to open the backing by removing the screws (till i read my Macbook instructions re replacing the hard drive!)..
So finally lastnight, i removed the 10 screws from the back, and opened it up - and THERE WAS A MASSIVE AMOUNT OF GREEN CORROSION COVERING PART OF THE LOGIC BOARD!!! (I discovered it is the logic board after perusing the help guides on this awesome website!) ... There is also some corrosion (green stuff) covering some other parts..
Anyway, is my Macbook completely permanently SCREWED?(pun unintended) ...or is there a chance i can remove the corrosion and fix it???
Please please help! I'm freaking out because i definitely can't afford another Macbook! :( ...
Thanks so much!! And sorry for the extensive explanation!.. :(
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