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Unplug it, take the battery out and turn it on its side, like an open book and resist touching it for 2 days. If it happens to come up after, get a latex keyboard condom and count your blessings, if not, hit me back.

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Was it just water or was there any salt or sugar in the liquid water? Did you set the Macbook vertical ( so the water would not sit on the motherboard?
BTW: The first thing you should have done after water spillage was to remove power and the battery!
http://www.wikihow.com/Save-a-Laptop-from-Liquid-Damage

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Set up a thick towel on the table, open laptop and carefully lay LCD face down so more water can drain, don't forget to remove main battery and unplug the adapter. I strongly recommend having a computer repair shop strip it down for water damage and cleanup.

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My laptop is only a month and a half old. It got accidentally wet and it is turning on but the screen does not come on. It is an Acer Aspire 5250. I believe the computer is aired out and dry now.


In most cases, the problem is going to require significant dis-assembly to dry out the computer and get it working again. Depending on the liquid involved the damage can be minimal or severe! If it was just water with nothing else in it, then getting it dried out within a few hours will likely have no affect on it, provided of course it did not sustain damage from being shorted out. unplugging it and removing the battery IMMEDIATELY is the best choice to prevent significant damage. Since the liquid can get into areas that simply are not going to dry out until evaporation occurs, it is best to not delay and remove as many access covers as possible and try blow drying it. if the water got into the screen, this is not going to work and the screen will have to be dismantled.
If the liquid involved ANYTHING other than water (soda, coffee, sugary, etc) the damage that can result from continued exposure to these substances WILL do permanent damage if not removed within a few hours of the initial spill.
You will be surprised how many little spaces that water will go that simply will not dry out until exposed.
The last laptop I worked on had coffee spilled on the keyboard. The entire main board, processor and several tiny socket connections were saturated and letting it air dry would not have helped.
I suggest taking it to a professional for service and repair. I also recommend ANYONE buying a laptop, get damage warranty coverage just for reasons like this, its definitely well worth the price.
You can expect the repair on this to be easily more than the cost of the damage warranty.

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I can't switch on the laptop because water spilled


Flip it upside down and remove the main battery, leave in that position to drain water out as much as possible. Take it to a computer technician quickly as possible, chances are it will need a new keyboard, also he will need to check the motherboard under the keyboard for water damage.

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liquid spilled on laptop is bad news, even thou it might be just a tablespoon, on the right spot might render your laptop useless, its recommended that you Do Not turn on the laptop, remove batt, allow it to dry for a week, if the laptop does not turn on then its possible that internal components might be affected/damaged. if the system is still in warranty and covers accidental water damage, call your manufacturer, if not, bring it to your local computer shop for repair...

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Hey man, thanks for coming to me. Um yea, massaging may help but too hard will do damage since it is LCD is Liquid Crystal Display and it is fragile and easy to damage. The water should clear up in a few months, if not i would look at replacing it which can be costly. Here is a link to fix your unstuck pixels

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Now im not liking that bit about how you mentioned was spreading so leave it for about two days, give the therapy for the screen a try and let me know if the laptop screen is healing. For the moment if you have one i recommend you hook up a VGA Monitor, old school stuff if you can and give the LCD a rest. I will post as a solution but comment back and i will keep helping you as much as you need it.

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Water spill on laptop


Shut it down, unplug the battery. The water is shorting out some of the circuits and leaving it on may cause more damage. Put it in a dry environment for a couple of days, you can also try a hair dryer (be careful not to get it too hot) to speed the drying process but the water is inside so it will be hard dry. A small room with a dehumidifier going would be great. With time it will evaporate and if you are lucky none of the components will be damaged.

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