Ok so yesterday I really messed up and spilled beer all over my barely-a-year-old macbook. A few seconds later the macbook lost all power and wouldn't turn back on. I immediately drained all the liquid I could out of it by turning it upside down, then left it upside down. Someone later recommended putting it over the radiator which I did for some absurd reason. The radiator was lukewarm at the time but turned itself up for some reason and when I took it off the whole thing was pretty hot. So I'm not sure if that made the problem worse or much worse. I was pretty sure at that stage it's screwed anyway. Then I looked up on the net to find it might not be beyond repair. So what do I do now? The laptop's still under warranty which obviously doesn't cover accidents. Should I therefore lie about it or would it be obvious what happened to any technician? I was going to take it in about the bit at the front peeling off anyway... Is there something I can do? Would the heating have destroyed much that the water didn't? I don't really mind about the HD since everything's backed up thanks to Time Machine, but I don't think I can afford a whole new laptop and may have to even.... don't even want to think the thought... go back to Windows to save money. Anyone have any tips about this?