Hello fellow Mac users, I could really use your help. So, I recently spilled beer on my Late 2013 MacBook Pro while it was in use. The liquid went into the vents and wreaked havoc on the system. Initially, I did not notice that beer had been spilled in it and continued to use it. Seconds later (not sure exactly, but less than a minute), the system locked up. I held down the power button. Then, the system shut down... Though I am uncertain as to whether this was caused by me holding the power button or damage from the spill. Ever since then, I cannot start the computer back up. In addition, the LED on the charger no longer glows when plugged in (this charger has been tested with other Macs and has worked fine with them). Does anyone have any wisdom to share? I would like to believe that my Mac is not gone with the wind, though I am not hopeful. On a related note, I took the machine apart to remove the SSD and recover data. The SSD bore the brunt of the spill and I am wary of placing it into a family member's Macbook (of the same model) and recovering data. Is my wariness justified?