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-Try disconnecting the battery from the logic board and see if that changes the picture. However, even if that would fix the booting issue expect troubles dows the road unless the board is properly taken care of. Drying liquids doesn’t make much of a difference as it’s the mineral residues that kill electronics bu creating new improper paths current can flow through and corrosion. If without battery connected the Mac runs fine you can think about buying a replacement battery, otherwise avoid as what you would need is a Pro in component level repairs. Depending on parts involved expect to pay 200/400$ for the repair, plus parts. I’m in EU and can’t indicate a Lab in Cali, buy I’m sure someone here may help with that. Have a look at the following guide, it shows what needs to be done in case of liquid damage, the sooner the better:
+Try disconnecting the battery from the logic board and see if that changes the picture. However, even if that would fix the booting issue expect troubles dows the road unless the board is properly taken care of. Drying liquids doesn’t make much of a difference as it’s the mineral residues that kill electronics by creating new improper paths current can flow through and corrosion. If without battery connected the Mac runs fine you can think about buying a replacement battery, otherwise avoid as what you would need is a Pro in component level repairs. Depending on parts involved expect to pay 200/400$ for the repair, plus parts. I’m in EU and can’t indicate a Lab in Cali, buy I’m sure someone here may help with that. Have a look at the following guide, it shows what needs to be done in case of liquid damage, the sooner the better:
[[MacBook water damage - The definitive guide]]

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Try disconnecting the battery from the logic board and see if that changes the picture. However, even if that would fix the booting issue expect troubles dows the road unless the board is properly taken care of. Drying liquids doesn’t make much of a difference as it’s the mineral residues that kill electronics bu creating new improper paths current can flow through and corrosion. If without battery connected the Mac runs fine you can think about buying a replacement battery, otherwise avoid as what you would need is a Pro in component level repairs. Depending on parts involved expect to pay 200/400$ for the repair, plus parts. I’m in EU and can’t indicate a Lab in Cali, buy I’m sure someone here may help with that. Have a look at the following guide, it shows what needs to be done in case of liquid damage, the sooner the better:

[[MacBook water damage - The definitive guide]]

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