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Hello ppl, thanx in advance for your replies-advice. Here is the story....

I spilled some beer on my MacBook,liquid getting inside of it through ALL the keyboard surface... It shut down, and i removed power supply and battery, gathered aall i could with a towel, ( battery compartment was full of beer ) ,and then i used a hair dryer.... tried to turn it on and Angus happily did... it works fine, its been some time and no problems whatsoever. thing is, i know it needs to get cleaned, (corrosion and all)... problem is, i cant have downtime on my mac so i decided to try and do it my self... please elaborate any way you can, tools i need etc... Thanx !!!

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i know it needs to get cleaned, (corrosion and all)... problem is, i cant have downtime on my mac so i decided to try and do it my self... please elaborate any way you can, tools i need etc... Thanx !!!
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