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Old Jan 9, 2013, 06:33 PM   #1
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Macbook Air 11" 1st gen A1370 Water Spill Power Without keyboard

I've got a Macbook Air 11" late 2010, model A1370.
The owner spilled water all over the keyboard, after that went to the kitchen looking for paper towel (macbook on and at the table). Cleaned the water and closed the macbook.

After that woke from sleep but keyboard / touchpad were sloppy. He manage to turn it off and use a bathroom dryer.

After that 1 week on rice and two weeks on dehumifcator. Magsafe lights works ok but don't turn on.

6 month ago I toke it half apart (waiting for the pentalobe screwdriver).

When I have spare time I'll try to remove keyboard and clean it.

There's a way to power on the MBA without the keyboard?

I'm not sure what pins to bridge.

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