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I had the same problem,problem with my early 2014 MacBook Air. I

I
opened it and saw fresh milk.milk! My 2-year old had been watching tinga tingaTinga Tinga Tales on it and must have decided that it was a good idea to pour milk down the key board. Inkeyboard ;-{

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such a case, there is only one thing to do, the distilled water trick. You take out the battery. Then you put your macMac on a baking tray and rinse it with distilled water - humidity doesn't kill a computer, it's the saltssalts, sugars and acids that does (or thein this case milk). I

I
repeated five time, submerging the mac every time, then drain and put in the oven at 40 C for 4 hours. Plug back in the battery, and it's as good as new (as is mine thatnew! I'm writing on now :)
I had the same problem,problem with my early 2014 MacBook Air. I

I
opened it and saw fresh milk.milk! My 2-year old had been watching tinga tingaTinga Tinga Tales on it and must have decided that it was a good idea to pour milk down the key board. Inkeyboard ;-{

In
such a case, there is only one thing to do, the distilled water trick. You take out the battery. Then you put your macMac on a baking tray and rinse it with distilled water - humidity doesn't kill a computer, it's the saltssalts, sugars and acids that does (or thein this case milk). I

I
repeated five time, submerging the mac every time, then drain and put in the oven at 40 C for 4 hours. Plug back in the battery, and it's as good as new (as is mine thatnew! I'm writing on now :)

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Henrik Kjellin ,

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I had the same problem, with my early 2014 MacBook Air. I opened it and saw fresh milk. My 2-year old had been watching tinga tinga on it and must have decided that it was a good idea to pour milk down the key board. In such case, there is only one thing to do, the distilled water trick. You take out the battery. Then you put your mac on a baking tray and rinse it with distilled water - humidity doesn't kill a computer, it's the salts that does (or the milk). I repeated five time, submerging the mac every time, then drain and put in the oven at 40 C for 4 hours. Plug back in the battery, and it's as good as new (as is mine that I'm writing on now :)

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