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Old Nov 25, 2012, 07:47 PM   #1
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>Waterspill< Battery needs to be disconnected at startup.

So i spilled some water in my macbook air 11".
After the spill the keyboard did not work.
Ordered a new keyboard of ebay and swapped it for
my broken one.

Lately ive been having some issues with the MBA.
It may suddely power down and wont power up,
if i put it to sleep it may have powered down
after a while and wont power up. If i power it down it
might not power up.

If i then open it up, disconnect the battery, stick in
the charger and press power button it will power up.
I then connect the powerbutton again and close it
back up, everything seems fine. I can turn it off an
back on again without any hassle but if i leave it for
a while i have to do the same procedure all over again.

Could this be a RAM issue?

Any thoughts?
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Old Nov 25, 2012, 07:57 PM   #2
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Did you try resetting the pram?
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Old Dec 7, 2012, 10:59 PM   #3
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Did you try resetting the pram?
Well i tried that and for a couple of hours it looked promising, and then same thing happened again....
Is there a terminal command for resetting SMC?
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Well i tried that and for a couple of hours it looked promising, and then same thing happened again....
Is there a terminal command for resetting SMC?
You should reset the SMC, just google reset smc and the first hit or so brings you to Apple's site.

Reset SMC
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Old Dec 7, 2012, 11:44 PM   #5
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You should reset the SMC, just google reset smc and the first hit or so brings you to Apple's site.

Reset SMC
Problem is that some of the buttons needed for resetting is not working...
And i have not found a terminal command for resetting SMC.
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Problem is that some of the buttons needed for resetting is not working...
And i have not found a terminal command for resetting SMC.
Connect wired keyboard maybe!
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