I just bought one of the new MacBooks. After a few days I decided it wasn't really right for me so I was going to send it back. But this morning I spilt an entire glass of orange juice over it. Not knowing what to do, I rushed to the kitchen and ran it under the tap to clear away the juice and debris (it was juice with pulp in it). I then dried it as best I could with kitchen paper and it's now in the drying cupboard. There is visible water in the bottom right of the screen, but it does start up and seems to work. It's currently shut down while it dries some more. If the visible damage on the screen disappears and I just return it to Apple without saying anything, does anyone know for certain if Apple carry out tests on returned items before refunding them? Can I throw myself on Apple's mercy? I'm not sure if the credit card I used has any kind of temporary accidental damage cover. I have AppleCare which came bundled with the fact that the MacBook was bought from the Apple Store for Education. I don't know if that covers it? I've heard that having it fixed can cost more than buying it new? Am I out over a thousand bucks from a stupid accident?