I took my MacBook directly to an Apple store after it stopped working yesterday (it was working, I closed it, took it to my friend's place, it wasn't working when I opened it up again). A computer tech said he smelled something fruity and asked if I had spilled juice on it. I didn't spill anything on it, much less juice, which I rarely drink. Now I'm paranoid. Best case scenario = mistaken diagnosis, my laptop is actually covered by Applecare. Worst case scenario = they find juice inside the laptop, which means someone else spilled it there. I know some customers will lie about their own mistakes, so I can't really prove that I'm not lying or that I really didn't spill anything. Question: Is there any way to protect myself now? If any fraud is involved, it's already happened. If there really is juice inside the laptop, I can't prove it didn't come from me. I'd appreciate any ideas.