MBP dies after a few drops of water in trackpad.
Soo, I was walking to my living room with my macbook pro and a bottle of enzyme cleaner to clean a pee pee spot from my puppy.. the bottle nozzle randomly dripped into the trackpad of the mac which i didnt see until 20 minutes later. I couldn't tell at that point if liquid had hit the track pad because it was dry and just looked like something indistinguishable.. like a greasy finger smear.. So when i turned it on the screen was powering up with the apple sign, and then flashed white, and never turned on again.. i dried it for 48 hours with silica packets, then took it to the best apple repair store in the area.. they said the logic board was destroyed as well as the topcase, resulting in a 700$ minimum repair, on top of the 300$ data backup with diagnostic fee.
Are macbook pro's really that fragile, that a few drops of liquid in the trackpad will total the system? It's worth only $1k maximum, so I opted out of the repair to buy an iMac. Now I have an very expensive doorstop.