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Spilled tea, turned on the mbp and now the fan is loud

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Hi Guys
 
So what happened is that I spilled a full cup of tea on my study from where it oozed all over my mbp keyboard. I instantly picked up my device and shut it down( took 5 secs at least ). Then I shock out the liquid that was still inside the mbp and placed it upside down with a keyboard over a towel. I let it be that way for half hr after which I tried to turn it up using the power button but there was absolutely no response. Then I placed it in the same setting but under 2 bulbs to give it a little heat for an hour and a half.
 
Now following the insanity that I have already committed I connected my mbp to the charger and it instantly started, however there were 2 complications:
 
1. It did not stay on without the charging cord
 
2. The fan was really loud and I could easily feel the rush of air from the opening on the right corner( under the screen )
 
When it was on it loaded to the profile section where after I typed my password, the loading bar appeared on the bottom which took forever to complete ( about a min and half .. also the mouse cursor went into the loading shape and even froze in that colourful circle shape while the computer was still loading). After that my desktop was normally displayed but the fan and the rush of air problem were still there. After that the power cord accidentally got off and the mbp shut down.
 
I am really worried now for turning it back on as I read we have to let it dry for days.. Can you please tell me what I should do now and if I need to open up the back cover? I might not be conveying my problem in the right manner but any good help to get me out of this safely would be priceless.
 
Thank you all in advance!

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MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013

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편집 작업: Macuser ,

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Spilled tea, turned on the mbp and now the fan is loud

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Hello Tech Geniuses

I am not good with hardware technology as you will soon find out! What
Hi Guys
So what
happened is that I spilled a full cup of tea on my study from where it oozed all over my mbp keyboard. I instantly picked up my device and shut it down( took 5 secs at least ). Then I shock out the liquid that was still inside the mbp and placed it upside down with a keyboard over a towel. I let it be that way for half hr after which I tried to turn it up using the power button but there was absolutely no response. Then I placed it in the same setting but under 2 bulbs to give it a little heat for an hour and a half.
Hello Tech Geniuses

I am not good with hardware technology as you will soon find out! What
Hi Guys
So what
happened is that I spilled a full cup of tea on my study from where it oozed all over my mbp keyboard. I instantly picked up my device and shut it down( took 5 secs at least ). Then I shock out the liquid that was still inside the mbp and placed it upside down with a keyboard over a towel. I let it be that way for half hr after which I tried to turn it up using the power button but there was absolutely no response. Then I placed it in the same setting but under 2 bulbs to give it a little heat for an hour and a half.
 
Now following the insanity that I have already committed I connected my mbp to the charger and it instantly started, however there were 2 complications:
 
1. It did not stay on without the charging cord
 
2. The fan was really loud and I could easily feel the rush of air from the opening on the right corner( under the screen )
 
When it was on it loaded to the profile section where after I typed my password, the loading bar appeared on the bottom which took forever to complete ( about a min and half .. also the mouse cursor went into the loading shape and even froze in that colourful circle shape while the computer was still loading). After that my desktop was normally displayed but the fan and the rush of air problem were still there. After that the power cord accidentally got off and the mbp shut down.
 
I am really worried now for turning it back on as I read we have to let it dry for days.. Can you please tell me what I should do now and if I need to open up the back cover? I might not be conveying my problem in the right manner but any good help to get me out of this safely would be priceless.
 
Thank you Geniusesall in advance!
Thank you Geniusesall in advance!

기기:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013

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원문 게시자: Macuser ,

제목:

Spilled tea, turned on the mbp and now the fan is loud

본문:

Hello Tech Geniuses

I am not good with hardware technology as you will soon find out! What happened is that I spilled a full cup of tea on my study from where it oozed all over my mbp keyboard. I instantly picked up my device and shut it down( took 5 secs at least ). Then I shock out the liquid that was still inside the mbp and placed it upside down with a keyboard over a towel. I let it be that way for half hr after which I tried to turn it up using the power button but there was absolutely no response. Then I placed it in the same setting but under 2 bulbs to give it a little heat for an hour and a half.

Now following the insanity that I have already committed I connected my mbp to the charger and it instantly started, however there were 2 complications:

1. It did not stay on without the charging cord

2. The fan was really loud and I could easily feel the rush of air from the opening on the right corner( under the screen )

When it was on it loaded to the profile section where after I typed my password, the loading bar appeared on the bottom which took forever to complete ( about a min and half .. also the mouse cursor went into the loading shape and even froze in that colourful circle shape while the computer was still loading). After that my desktop was normally displayed but the fan and the rush of air problem were still there. After that the power cord accidentally got off and the mbp shut down.

I am really worried now for turning it back on as I read we have to let it dry for days.. Can you please tell me what I should do now and if I need to open up the back cover? I might not be conveying my problem in the right manner but any good help to get me out of this safely would be priceless.

Thank you Geniuses in advance!

기기:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013

현황:

open