Question about Apple MacBook Pro Notebook
My MagSafe adpater for my Macbook Pro fell in the water when I was disconnecting it, and while it was still plugged into the wall power outlet. The little pegs look crudded with green/blue stuff...What do I do?
I would get some type of cloth and rub and rub and rub the connectors until they are golden again and give it a try. Most people will probably tell you to get a new one, but since I like to tinker, that's what I'd be doing with mine.
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