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Hi, dry it using hair blower to make sure the moist go. To fix your mouse left button, try to unscrew the mouse casing and see to it that by clicking it really contacting with the switch button. Wear and tear also damage the solder of the switch button. it will be fixed by re-soldering the mouse switch if loosen.
Wow, bad luck day. immediately flip the laptop upside down in an open position so the keyboard is flat on the table use some paper towel under the keyboard... more comments. to follow... do this immediately
Sounds like your ds is in a sorry state. Unfortunately the DS is very delicate when it comes to fluids and if anything has been spilt inside it you have more than likely blown some circuitry on the motherboard. Usually the only way to fix this is to buy a motherboard or buy a new DS.
You broke it.
The biggest mistake people make after spilling liquids onto electronic devices is to try and turn it on to see if it still works. You should remove the battery and not try to turn on a device until it has had several days of dry warm air around it to ensure all moisture is removed from the electronic parts.
I would guess that if you spilled juice on it and it will now not turn on or respond in any way that unit will need to be returned to the manufacturer for repair. Even if it is in warranty they will know it has been "misused" and not honor the warranty. The HDD should be ok but most likely a PCB has died.
You could try the accidental damage cover of your household insurance.