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Hello there!! I have a macbook grey, 13" the new one's, unibody enclosere!! ok.. here's the thing my keyboard got wet, I took out the battery, put it apart all night long, but now keys won't work.. track pad is going crazy!! programs won't open.. what should I do??

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You're on the right track... turn it upside down with the battery out and leave it to dry for at least 5 days. You can also try buying a large container of silica crystals at a hobby shop and put the computer and the open container of silica in an oversized plastic bag... If the water wasn't water, there will most likely be residue... but all this is worth a try... other than that, it can be disassembled and dried out and any damaged parts replaced... good luck on this.

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