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I have a 2009 mbp that suffered a glass of milk and no longer turns on, I assume the main logic board is toast any suggestions as to what I should do, replace it sell the case for parts?

The repairs are only a few $100 less than a new one or are there other places to get parts??

Thanks for any help,
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i have seen other threads like this les and it seems the consensus is to sell for parts and buy a new one. i feel really bad for you however. welcome to the forums.

BTW have you had anyone look at it to verify its the logic board?

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