Hello, My girlfriend accidently knocked glass of red wine over on the kitchen table and it landed on my late 2006 model MBP core 2 duo. I did not get it turned off / flipped over in time and ran around like a chicken with my head cut off for 10 seconds trying to get more towels to soak it up (when I really should have flipped it over and said "screw it" to the carpet). The computer shorted. I then proceeded to unassemble the computer. Went to ifixit, etc. I got the uppercase off, but couldn't get the dang connector unattached for the keyboard. I even broke the Lock mechanism on the connector and BENT 2 of the gold prongs on the connector. I was able to bend them back in to place. I then decided to stop trying to disconnect the keyboard before I break anything, and that I would wait 4 days and see what works. Today, I got the machine started and the trackpad works. The keys that don't work are: 1-10 e, t, y , p [ d, g, h c b n / spc HOWEVER, I then wonered if my bending the prong had anything to do with the keys. so I went back in and played with the connector a bit. When retrying the keys: b, n, and / started working... but only when I hit them in a certain direction / angle. So I then wondere if the keys weren't connecting on the switch when pressed. So I began popping off the keys and using a Q-tip with rubbing alcohol to remove any red residue (and a bunch of hairs - crazy how many hairs are in there after 4+ years). I was able to get the keys off and the scissor like mechanism that pops the keys up... but the button looks sealed on there. What are your thought? How long should I lets the test keys dry before I retry the system? Thanks!!!!!