Split coffee on MacBook and parts are not working?
I split coffee on my macbook pro. I stripped it apart to check the LSI indicators and all of them seem to be in tact (oddly). The macbook does not start up, however sometimes if i plug in the power and constantly try to power it up, it does power up. It works fine, so i am assuming that the motherboard is not burnt.
I do however not have any keyboard control. It might be me just not inserting the keyboard cable correctly when assembling the macbook together but i just think my keyboard is fried because even though i can see backlight though out the whole keyboard, only a few buttons are actually lit up.
Now another problem is, when the macbook was up and running i restarted it, and it works. I also tried to hold down the power button so it shuts down however it does not. So i am assuming there is somethign wrong with the power button?
(i had this problem before, my macbook is 2 old, and it just did not turn itself on anymore. I took it to applecare and they replaced the unibody, they told me the power button was faulty?! )
Finally, because the LSI are not turned on, and i assembled the macbook back to how it was screw by screw, would you think i can still get it serviced under applecare?. What would you advise i do?
Is this a good question?