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@elcrashitan corrosion anywhere can cause your system to shut down. You do want to start by removing your board and to clean it properly with either 90%+ isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush, or better yet have it cleaned via ultrasonic cleaner by a professional. For as long as you have the corrosion you also do not want to continue to turn it on etc. since eventually you could shorten out other components. Clean it, assemble it and then troubleshoot. Right now everything will only be a guess. The corroded connector is your keyboard connector which incidentally also turns your MBP on.
@elcrashitan corrosion anywhere can cause your system to shut down. You do want to start by removing your board and to clean it properly with either 90%+ isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush, or better yet have it cleaned via ultrasonic cleaner by a professional. For as long as you have the corrosion you also do not want to continue to turn it on etc. since eventually you could shorten out other components. Clean it, assemble it and then troubleshoot. Right now everything will only be a guess. The corroded connector is your keyboard connector which incidentally also turns your MBP on.

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@elcrashitan corrosion anywhere can cause your system to shut down. You do want to start by removing your board and to clean it properly with either 90%+ isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush, or better yet have it cleaned via ultrasonic cleaner by a professional. For as long as you have the corrosion you also do not want to continue to turn it on etc. since eventually you could shorten out other components. Clean it, assemble it and then troubleshoot. Right now everything will only be a guess.

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