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my macbook unibody 13" got wet


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Hello everyone
I have problem
yesterday my macbook unibody white 13" got wet by water.
I have removed the battery and I put it upside-down.
now 21 hours after my macbook got wet i tried to start it and it works very good, keyboard works aswell good.
I turned it off now and removed battery again because I read that there might be some problems, they say the water may be still inside beucase it never evaporates from Macbook.
what should I do? is there any chance that the water destroies my macbook?
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