I spilt Tea on my Macbook Pro (v2013) Though I had extended warranty Apple wont help any liquid damage. I gave my Mac for repair in a local shop. They diagnosed the following. Please help me understand if its worth paying 800$ + for this repair. We ran a comprehensive software test on the logic board, here are the results: - As per the diagnostics, the hard Drive is is OK mechanically, but whether the files are there or not can only be tested once the logic board has been repaired. - Logic board chip defective - the SMC Controller is responsible for modulating and distributing power to all the parts and components on your Mac, please see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_Management_Controller The SMC controller is under powering the unit, and is not being able to supply adequate voltage to the unit. All the other components on the logic board as well as on the rest of the Mac passed our tests and are perfectly fine, the issue is only with one component. The SMC controller/Power IC is a chip on the motherboard requires a replacement, this chip will extracted and replaced. The unit will also be tested thoroughly and the repair accompanies a 3 month warranty. (You can purchase an additional 12 months of warranty for just $99) The cost for this repair is $399, which includes the part, labor and 3 months of warranty, or at this time you are at a $0 no obligation diagnostics As part of this repair, we would also treat the logic board in 100% alcohol, also known as Methyl Hydrate to ensure that no further damage is caused from any dust or dirt accumulation. Later they came back and said they need to replace the circuit board entirely and will cost $800+. Please help.