Hi everyone ! I accidently spilled a full cup of hot tea (no sugar) over my laptop 3 days ago. I've read several thread talking about that, but I would like to ask some more specific questions. After the accident, I (stupidly) typed 3 or 4 sentences to warn my online contact, and shut off the MPB. Tea was flowing out from the keyboard, the trackpad, and some from the battery emplacement. When I rebooted my computer, everything was working, except that one key seemed to be stuck (filling the password box). After some seconds, the given key seems to be disabled (and halas, this one key I need in my password). As the warranty was voided, I opened my MPB, and try to evaluate the damage. Apparently, almost no liquid has reached the logical cards. Most of the damage seems to be concentrated on the keyboard. I removed it totally (removing each layer and so on), and I cleaned it all. The problem still holds. I have a 'column' of keys which is malfunctionning (E, D, S, V, F3, etc...). It looks like some liquid went inside a 'contacter' (the very thin electronic layer under the keys), which probably act as the key was continually pushed. I can use my laptop by plugging a usb keyboard, and everything is working well. No freeze, no bugs, nothing wrong. Except that when I use the virtual keyboard visualizer, I can see that some keys look like they are (alternatly) stuck and/or does not respond to sollicitation, and these are always the same keys. The question is now : Is it possible it will solve itself (drying) in a few days ? And/Or how can I be sure that the problem is the keyboard itself, and not the logical circuitry behind it ? Would it be possible to know if when replacing the keyboard with a new (costly ) one, my problem will be solved ? Thanks a lot for reading !