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オリジナル投稿者: Shaun ,

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Hello,

Sorry for your troubles. In all my years of computing , anything wet is salvageable for parts only. Drying a device right out - still leads to future problems.

Batteries have a lifespan of X amount of cycles.

Hardware components have X amount of life expectancy under "normal usage" conditions.

Because the device got wet - and it seems like it got liquid spilled on it - not a cpl drops - based on your details - of tarring it apart and re-detailing it - which is not good. All those tiny little board pieces are malfunctioning slowly because there is moisture still left in there that you can not get at without a proper work area and tools.

The battery calibration is shot and that tells me the battery got soaked and whoever had it before you slapped it back into the MBP - and as you already know disaster strikes. Replacing the battery is the logical option but with all due respect - I'd use that one for parts.

Running your MBP without a battery (and all the components functioning normally - not wet/moisturized) is bad news. More problems will occur because it wasn't addressed by someone qualified to bring it back to life the first time - before you purchased it.

Shaun

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