So my wife has had problems with failing power adapters for ever since she got her macbook back in 2007. Apple has been great about replacing the adapters, but after the 3rd replacement went bad, they decided there was something wrong with the computer itself. They sent the macbook in for repair and replaced the logic board and everything was fine. After receiving the laptop back my wife began having sound issues with the "Digital Out" intermittently thinking there was something plugged in where there clearly wasnt, which resulted in the sound not working. My wife once again took the macbook in to the the apple store who in turn sent it off to the depot for repair. This evening we got a phone call from the repair depot stating that they had discovered a brown sticky substance in and around the display that was corroding the inside of the computer. We are flabbergasted as we pretty much exclusively use our laptops on our laps and don't even have a surface where we would sit our laptops near any spill-able substances. Is it possible someone spilled something on our laptop at the depot and is now trying to blame it on us? EDIT, Here's the picture they sent of the supposed "liquid damage". Looks like glue used to hold the bezel on if you ask me.