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Post originale di: rab777hp ,


If the DC-in board was fried then as long as the battery had power it'd boot up, which is a likely possibility, batteries are some of the first things to go after a liquid spill, the first thing you should do when you spill is yank the battery out- unfortunately the new MacBooks require a little more time than the turn of a quarter :(.

So if you can test with another battery that'd be a good idea, otherwise I'm sorry to say it's the logic board, which 2/5 times is the problem after a liquid spill.