So the cat spilled a little water on my 2011 Macbook Air 13. I know I should have turned it off, etc but I just held it upside down, let the water run out of it, and then continued using it like nothing ever happened. And it was all fine. I thought I dodged a bullet, that is until I realized that it was no longer charging. Everything works on my MBA like normal with the exception of the following: - Battery will not charge and says 'Battery Is Not Charging' - Green (or amber) light won't come on with mag safe connector Took it to Apple Genius. He ran a diagnostic on it and told me it was "probably" the logic board. He didn't even bother to open it though. Said it would cost $760 to fix it. I left. Took it to an Apple Authorized Dealer. They thought maybe it was the mag safe connector. They swapped in a different one but said it the mag safe LED still wouldn't come on (and I guess the battery wouldn't charge) As a result they think it is the logic board. Wanted to charge the same price as Apple to fix it. I left. The Apple Authorized Dealer told me I would not be able to continue using my Air when plugged in. I had noticed the battery going down as the weeks went by. I wondered what would happen when it got to 0%. The guy said my Air no longer turned on and would not turn on. I asked him to wipe the drive and I ordered a new Air. Got it home. Powered it up to see what would happen and sure enough, it does boot up when plugged in. And he never wiped it for whatever reason. So now it has gone down to 0% and will shut off immediately if I unplug it but it works just fine plugged in. Is there anything else it could possibly be other than the logic board? Like the battery? I just want to make sure I cover all the bases before I put it on eBay. I'd rather not have the extra $1500 expense of a new Air if I don't need to. Btw - I've googled and searched and although I've found about a zillion thread about water damage, I really haven't found much about a fix for my specific issue. Thanks!