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Your English is fine. The problem appears to be logic board related which is generally what happens after a spill. I hope you didn't pay very much for the machine or got it for free because replacing a damaged logic board can be expensive.

I suggest going to the ifixit web site and take a look at the removal and take apart instructions for your machine. Perhaps it will help you to figure out if it is the logic board that was damaged.

iFixit: The free repair manual
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