Recently, my 2010 MacBook Pro 15" hadn't been able to hold a charge. Finally, the battery just ran out and I had no way to turn it back on. I took it into my local Apple store where they told me that it had sustained liquid damage on the bottom and pretty much every major part (the battery, hard drive, etc) needs to be replaced. They said that the liquid is brown and sticky and they said that it's either coffee or Coke. They explained to me that my warranty/Apple Care doesn't cover liquid damage, which I already knew. Here's why I'm confused and pretty mad: I take good care of my Mac, I don't keep it in areas where it CAN sustain liquid damage, I don't drink by it at all, and I NEVER drink either coffee or Coke. In fact, I definitely would have noticed if there was any sort of liquid damage since I used my computer daily. If this mystery dark beverage spilled into my computer from the bottom, I would have noticed. Any other part of it would have been wet and sticky and I would have flipped out. The way that the damage was described to me sounds as though something was spilled in it while the bottom was unscrewed, but I've never opened my computer myself and I never ever let anyone borrow it or use it. I was told that it would cost $1,225 to repair and I just don't have that kind of money. I need my computer because I'm a graphic designer and I currently haven't been able to locate any other source of income. They told me to take it up with Apple Care, but I have no idea how to do this. I'm kind of at a loss for what to do/say, who to contact, and if this is even something that I can complain to Apple about. All I know is that the only way that I know that it has liquid damage is from one guy's word. I didn't experience this liquid damage first hand and the liquid damage that they're describing doesn't match my lifestyle or the conditions that I keep it under. Am I screwed?