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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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sorry for making another one of these guys i imagine it gets pretty annoying after a while. but i spilt a little water onto my keyboard, but the comp still functions ALMOST perfectly. the only problem is that the audio is pretty messed up. it will work for a little bit than stop intermittently. this happens with both music and video audio. if I have speakers plugged in, sometimes sound will stop coming out of the external speakers and i can hear it come thru the laptops speakers. it's pretty hard to explain, so i hope this sounds like something familiar

I'm mainly wondering what the water could have affected. most likely i screwed the main board, in which case I've taken a dive into the shallow end. but since everything else about the notebook works (with the exception of a few keys), is there a chance that I could have damaged something much easier and cheaper to replace, like the soundcard?

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