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The Official "I spilled liquid in my MacBook, what do I do now?" Thread

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RadDave, do you think the volume acting up on his 2017 macbook might be software or those faulty keyboard related?
Hello and welcome to the forum! :) Good point about resetting (i.e. in your previous post) PRAM (and also try the same w/ SMC), but if the laptop was taken to a 'genuine' Apple store (or authorized dealer), I would think those resets would have been tried - don't know? As to your question, I really have no idea or way to guess, sorry. Dave
 

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RadDave, do you think the volume acting up on his 2017 macbook might be software or those faulty keyboard related?
It really doesn't matter. Once Apple indicates the machine has liquid damage, there is no way they will repair it without recommending major repairs. That means a logic board change, new keyboard, battery, and other replacements. Usually not worth repairing.
 

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