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My Macbook Wont Turn On... At All...


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I spilled salad on my Macbook and immediately after, held it upside down and cleaned it thoroughly. I force shut it and then turned it back on a few minutes later. Everything worked except for my mouse-pad. I clicked around but it (the mouse-pad) still was acting eratically so I force shut it again, plugged it in and went to sleep. This morning I came to check up on it, but it wouldn't turn on. There was no sound, no beeping, no whirring noises. Nothing whatsoever. Frustrated, I tried again and again but nothing worked.
I would really appreciate if someone could help me with this, and ASAP...

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If the salad had dressing or oil, it very likely got onto your logic board and shorted something out. Anyway, please read our Sticky Notice regarding spills.

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Thank you for all the help, but I decided in the end to simply take it in... G-D willing everything will turn out well!

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