Hi! I took my 2013 macbook pro with retina into the apple store to get a separate repair that's covered under warranty. However, they called me saying that there was chocolate on the flash memory drive, classifying the computer as "water damaged", so the only way for me to get anything fixed is to fork over $755+ to have it sent in for a full repair. The computer's running fine (and the last time I ate chocolate at home was about 4 months ago), so I asked for an image (attached). From other pictures I found online of the flash drives, it looks like the chocolate is on a part of the flash drive memory card that is not vulnerable (as in is pure plastic). Can anyone tell me otherwise? Will it likely cause me problems in the future? And if it may, is there any way to get it removed/fixed easily without paying a ridiculous amount? I'm very much a noob at these sort of things, so please let me know if you need any other info about the computer or the damage! THANKY YOU!