So on Dec 29 I manage to spill soda onto my macbook. It was on and not plugged in. As soon as it happened I turned it over and let all of the liquid spill out. I think only half the glass of soda got on it. Anyways, after I let it all spill out I took out all the keys on the keyboard and wiped them off and the keyboard itself. I then took out the battery and the hard drive and let it dry out for 2 days. After the 2nd day of drying it out I turned it on and it worked, except some keys wouldn't work. I turned it off and waited till the next day to try again and turn it on. I turned it on and to my surprise all the keys worked and the computer was working fine as if nothing happened. About an hour later the computer shut off. Since then the computer shuts off after a minute. It can get to the spinning apple screen before shutting off. It's gotten a few times to the blue screen before the login screen shows up. I did charge up my macbook and it charges fine. I figured myself and have had other people tell me its the motherboard/logic board. However, because it still turns on and chargers I feel like there's something else that could be wrong that I could fix and it would still work. Does anyone have any suggestions or know exactly what could be wrong? I start school next week and need to know if this could be fixed or if i have to get another computer. Any help would be greatly appreciated.