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-@feattzen, Zen Khalil, Stop charging or powering up your MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010, until the liquid damage is addressed correctly, as you could be shorting out components inside the computer. You really should take care of the corrosion that is happening inside the computer from the water damage as that could be your problem. A tear down link for your device Links #1 and 2 (disassembly guides) will enable you to get inside the computer to remove the damage/corrosion caused by the liquid. Use the 3rd link as a guide/instruction on how to clean/repair the device from liquid damage. After this you will be able to power on the Mac and see if further damage has to be addressed. Good luck.
+@feattzen, Zen Khalil, Actually you should remove the battery ASAP, battery removal guide at 2nd link. Stop charging or powering up your MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010, until the liquid damage is addressed correctly, as you could be shorting out components inside the computer. You really should take care of the corrosion that is happening inside the computer from the water damage as that could be your problem. A tear down link for your device Links #1 and 2 (disassembly guides) will enable you to get inside the computer to remove the damage/corrosion caused by the liquid. Use the 3rd link as a guide/instruction on how to clean/repair the device from liquid damage. After this you will be able to power on the Mac and see if further damage has to be addressed. Good luck.
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[[Topic:MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010]]
[[Electronics Water Damage]]

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@feattzen, Zen Khalil, Stop charging or powering up your MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010, until the liquid damage is addressed correctly, as you could be shorting out components inside the computer. You really should take care of the corrosion that is happening inside the computer from the water damage as that could be your problem. A tear down link for your device Links #1 and 2 (disassembly guides) will enable you to get inside the computer to remove the damage/corrosion caused by the liquid. Use the 3rd link as a guide/instruction on how to clean/repair the device from liquid damage. After this you will be able to power on the Mac and see if further damage has to be addressed. Good luck.

I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button.

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[[Topic:MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010]]

[[Electronics Water Damage]]

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