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現在のバージョン作成者: Kelsea Weber ,

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Water over keyboard, some buttons don't work

テキスト:

Yesterday I dropped a small bucket of water next to it was my MacBook, and a few small splashes hit the keyboard. Now the 5 and the "t" button don't work. Although sometimes they magically do and fall away again or when I press 5 a 1 appears instead. I pulled the buttons off and cleaned it a little bit to no effect. Any other suggestions? I'm very new with Mac equipment so forgive a newbie.
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Update ==
Ok
=== Ok guys its been a while. The t-button went down for 2-3 weeks but 5 minutes ago it suddenly came alive, albeit not 100% operational it works! I never used the hairdryer thing because I taught it was too late, should I do it now? I'm very afraid the t-button will die again. :(
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Update ==
I'm
=== I'm going to a Mac store tomorrow. Since the keyboard sometimes magically works and sometimes some of the buttons drop dead I think the problem lies somewhere else.
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Update ==
Ok
=== Ok guys its been a while. The t-button went down for 2-3 weeks but 5 minutes ago it suddenly came alive, albeit not 100% operational it works! I never used the hairdryer thing because I taught it was too late, should I do it now? I'm very afraid the t-button will die again. :(
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===
Update ==
I'm
=== I'm going to a Mac store tomorrow. Since the keyboard sometimes magically works and sometimes some of the buttons drop dead I think the problem lies somewhere else.
 
I noticed the battery is dysfunctional as well. When I'm working on battery power my laptop gets extremely hot and also doesn't come back from standby. A fully charged battery gets empty in a very short period of time.
 
I will keep you informed.
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Update ==
I
=== I brought my Macbook to an local apple store/reseller and they confirmed that there was indeed water damage and the keyboard had to be replaced. This cost me 248 euro's. Very pricy considering just a very small amount of water fell on the keyboard.
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Update ==
I
=== I brought my Macbook to an local apple store/reseller and they confirmed that there was indeed water damage and the keyboard had to be replaced. This cost me 248 euro's. Very pricy considering just a very small amount of water fell on the keyboard.
 
I'm not an expert with laptops and this was my first Macbook(2009 version) so I decided to let them replace the keyboard. But I can imagine the replacement could be done by myself at a much cheaper price. But hey, c'est la vie.
 
I wish everybody success with this very annoying problem.

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MacBook Unibody Model A1278

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編集者: Kelsea Weber ,

タイトル:

Water over keyboard, some buttons don't work

テキスト:

Yesterday I dropped a small bucket filled with water, closelyof water next to it was my MacBook, soand a few small splashes came onhit the keyboard

Now
keyboard. Now the "5"5 and the "t" button don't work

although
work. Although sometimes they magically do and fall away again or when I press "5"5 a 1 appears instead of 5.

I
instead. I pulled the buttons off and cleaned it a little bit to no effect.

Any suggestions or ideas
Any other suggestions? I'm very new with Mac equipment so forgive a newbie
newbie.
Yesterday I dropped a small bucket filled with water, closelyof water next to it was my MacBook, soand a few small splashes came onhit the keyboard

Now
keyboard. Now the "5"5 and the "t" button don't work

although
work. Although sometimes they magically do and fall away again or when I press "5"5 a 1 appears instead of 5.

I
instead. I pulled the buttons off and cleaned it a little bit to no effect.

Any suggestions or ideas
Any other suggestions? I'm very new with Mac equipment so forgive a newbie
newbie.
== Update ==

Ok
Ok guys its been a while

the
while. The t-button went down for 2-3 weeks but 5 minutes ago it suddenly came alive, albeit not 100% operational it works!!!!

I
works! I never used the hairdryer thing because I taught it was too late, should I do it now?

I'm
I'm very afraid the t-button will die againagain. :(

Ok
Ok guys its been a while

the
while. The t-button went down for 2-3 weeks but 5 minutes ago it suddenly came alive, albeit not 100% operational it works!!!!

I
works! I never used the hairdryer thing because I taught it was too late, should I do it now?

I'm
I'm very afraid the t-button will die againagain. :(
== Update ==
 
I'm going to a Mac store tomorrow. Since the keyboard sometimes magically works and sometimes some of the buttons drop dead I think the problem lies somewhere else.
 
I noticed the battery is dysfunctional aswellas well. When I'm working on battery power my laptop gets extremely hot and also doesn't come back from standby. A fully charged battery gets empty in a very short period of time.
I noticed the battery is dysfunctional aswellas well. When I'm working on battery power my laptop gets extremely hot and also doesn't come back from standby. A fully charged battery gets empty in a very short period of time.
I will keep you informed.
 
== Update ==
 
Sorry guys I forgot to post my update,
 
I brought my Macbook to an local apple store/reseller and they confirmed that there was indeed water damage and the keyboard had to be replaced. This cost me 248 euro's. Very pricy considering just a very small amount of water fell on the keyboard.
 
I'm not an expert with laptops and this was my first Macbook(2009 version) so I decided to let them replace the keyboard. But I can imagine the replacement could be done by myself at a much cheaper price. But hey, c'est la vie.
 
I wish everybody successuccess with this very annoying problem.
I wish everybody successuccess with this very annoying problem.

デバイス:

MacBook Unibody Model A1278

ステータス:

open

承認された回答:

17369

編集者: Arz ,

タイトル:

Water over keyboard, some buttons don't work

テキスト:

Yesterday I dropped a small bucket filled with water, closely next to it was my MacBook, so a few small splashes came on the keyboard
 
Now the "5" and the "t" button don't work
 
although sometimes they magically do and fall away again or when I press "5" 1 appears instead of 5.
 
I pulled the buttons off and cleaned it a little bit to no effect.
 
Any suggestions or ideas? I'm very new with Mac equipment so forgive a newbie
 
== Update ==
 
Ok guys its been a while
 
the t-button went down for 2-3 weeks but 5 minutes ago it suddenly came alive, albeit not 100% operational it works!!!!
 
I never used the hairdryer thing because I taught it was too late, should I do it now?
 
I'm very afraid the t-button will die again :(
 
== Update ==
 
I'm going to a Mac store tomorrow. Since the keyboard sometimes magically works and sometimes some of the buttons drop dead I think the problem lies somewhere else.
 
I noticed the battery is dysfunctional aswell. When I'm working on battery power my laptop gets extremely hot and also doesn't come back from standby. A fully charged battery gets empty in a very short period of time.
 
I will keep you informed.
 
== Update ==
 
Sorry guys I forgot to post my update,
 
I brought my Macbook to an local apple store/reseller and they confirmed that there was indeed water damage and the keyboard had to be replaced. This cost me 248 euro's. Very pricy considering just a very small amount of water fell on the keyboard.
 
I'm not an expert with laptops and this was my first Macbook(2009 version) so I decided to let them replace the keyboard. But I can imagine the replacement could be done by myself at a much cheaper price. But hey, c'est la vie.
 
I wish everybody succes with this very annoying problem.

デバイス:

MacBook Unibody Model A1278

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open

承認された回答:

17369

編集者: oldturkey03 (投票の詳細) ,

タイトル:

Water over keyboard, some buttons don't work

テキスト:

Yesterday I dropped a small bucket filled with water, closely next to it was my MacBook, so a few small splashes came on the keyboard

Now the "5" and the "t" button don't work

although sometimes they magically do and fall away again or when I press "5" 1 appears instead of 5.

I pulled the buttons off and cleaned it a little bit to no effect.

Any suggestions or ideas? I'm very new with Mac equipment so forgive a newbie

デバイス:

MacBook Unibody Model A1278

ステータス:

open

承認された回答:

17369

編集者: Sterling Hirsh ,

タイトル:

Water over keyboard, some buttons don't work

テキスト:

Yesterday I dropped a small bucket filled with water, closely next to it was my MacBook, so a few small splashes came on the keyboard

Now the "5" and the "t" button don't work

although sometimes they magically do and fall away again or when I press "5" 1 appears instead of 5.

I pulled the buttons off and cleaned it a little bit to no effect.

Any suggestions or ideas? I'm very new with Mac equipment so forgive a newbie

デバイス:

MacBook Unibody Model A1278

ステータス:

open

オリジナル投稿者: Arz ,

タイトル:

Water over keyboard, some buttons don't work

テキスト:

Yesterday I dropped a small bucket filled with water, closely next to it was my MacBook, so a few small splashes came on the keyboard

Now the "5" and the "t" button don't work

although sometimes they magically do and fall away again or when I press "5" 1 appears instead of 5.

I pulled the buttons off and cleaned it a little bit to no effect.

Any suggestions or ideas? I'm very new with Mac equipment so forgive a newbie

デバイス:

MacBook Unibody Model A1278

ステータス:

open