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Looking at this situation logically...this computer experienced a liquid spill. If liquid wasn't spilled on it...the computer would still be working fine. After the liquid spill it is not working fine. Thus the liquid spill caused damage.

Yes the liquid was spilled on the keyboard. But directly under the keyboard is the logic board. And powered on logic boards are VERY easily damaged by liquids.

Sorry to hear about this. But if I was a betting person...I would bet that the logic board was damaged...and a replacement logic board is needed.

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