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I suspect this has nothing to do with the spillage; The battery health can bounce around as the battery gets towards the autumn of its life. As you said previously the health was 85%, I am assuming your battery is at least 12 - 18 months old. Try this:

Charge up the battery to about 95%, the remove the power and let it drop to 90%, then put it in again. I have done this before and seen the battery health go from 55% to 83% (which is where it has been for about a year). Mine's had 267 cycles.

The other thing to do is to recalibrate it. Run it down until it goes to sleep, then leave for 5 hours, until the snooze light goes out. Then remove the battery, and hold down the power for at least 10 seconds. Then charge to full.

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