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My macbook pro won't turn on


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Hi guys,
A few days ago, I was using my macbook pro in the kitchen, I used my wet hand to close the screen which I think the water accidently dripped on the keyboards but I didn't think too much since I was preparing for dinner.
15 minutes later when I tried to hit the "volume up" key it wouldn't work, so I restarted it but it still didn't work. I shut down my macbook pro and let it rest.
When I woke up the other day and tried to start my macbook pro it wouldnt turn on anymore! I am not really smart with computers so if anyone here think they could maybe figure out some possibilities for the malfunctions I'd really appreciate that.

ps: How much would it be to get apple to fix it ? including the "volume" key, I don't have applecare since it was a gift from someone and I didn't know much about apple.

Thanks guys!
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You should bring it in for a quote. You can expect at least to have to replace the logic board. You can also expect it to run over $600.

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You might be lucky and just the keyboard is shot which would save some money.


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