MacBook Water Damage Repair
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Parts Affected By Water Damage
The screen displays in real-time the inputs to the laptop. Water inside the screen’s connectors can cause partial display, distorted display caused by flickering.
The keyboard is a peripheral device that is used to key in data into the computer’s logic board. The touchpad is the MacBook’s input device that is used for selection of items in the display provided. Water damage can cause distorted movement of the cursor of even total loss of the touchpad.
DIY MacBook Water Damage Repair “First-Aid”
1. Shut down the computer using the power button and unplug the MagSafe power adaptor.
2. Open the MacBook lid and turn it upside down. Preferably lay it down on top of a towel on a stable surface.
3. The battery needs to be removed immediately. If your MacBook has a non-removable battery, you will remove the back cover using an Apple accredited Penelope screwdriver. Now you unmount the battery from the logic board.
4. Store it in a warm, dry place then consult an accredited technician.
5. A lint-free paper towel is used to wipe off the spilled water.
6. The cover is taken off, and the spilled water is cleaned off the logic board. The circuit is then examined, and the flow of power is traced throughout the logic board, and all circuit elements are tested. The damaged parts are replaced and tested again to ensure they work.
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