사용자에게 답변하기: MacBook screen does not work after water damageIn this image you can see where the LVDS (Display) connection to the logic board is damaged along with some other damage. If you watch this video by Lois Rossmann: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqaZpIDE... He's going to all the trouble to completely change the connector. You'd have to have a new connector and be fairly skilled at micro soldering. However it may be possible to repair without doing that. First clean up the area with a stiff tooth brush and 90% Isopropyl alcohol blowing everything completely dry. Then you'll have clean all the insulating sealing stuff from the traces coming from the pin to board connectors until they're bright and shiny. I use an Exacto knif for this. Then bridge the corroded gaps with very fine non insulated wire. You'll need to be fairly adept at micro soldering or very patient! Good luck.
사용자에게 답변하기: If I don't use my laptop, will water damage corrode it slowly?Whenever a liquid spill occurs the first thing that has to happen is the laptop should be shut down immediately. All power must be removed as soon as possible. It is especially important that the battery be disconnected and removed. The quicker this is done the more chance there is of saving your Mac. No attempt should be made to start/restart the computer since this could potentially damage the logic board beyond all repair or at the very least increase the number of components that need replacement. Read that as $$$$.. All affected parts must be removed from the laptop and carefully and closely inspected. Any involved area should be marked for special treatment. All affected parts would be washed in deionized water in an cycling ultrasonic cleaner and blown dry with compressed air. . This is especially true of the large chips on the logic board. Liquid can wick under them and cause havoc for weeks if not months and years after the incident, depends on the liquid. In the case of something sweet, sugars are ...