Hi, I recently spilled a very small amount of water on my macbook tracker and the tracker was not responding initially. Following advice on the internet I removed the back of the macbook and the battery and placed the laptop sealed in a bag with rice for a few days.. Since then, the tracker is now responding, however the laptop only turns on if the battery is disconnected, reconnected and then a restart is done by holding the power button. I purchased a student warranty of 3 years when I purchased the laptop and was wondering: 1) Will apple know that the battery has been unplugged (as I believe this would void the warranty as a result of removing the back). 2) Will apple be able to find my warranty on their system as I think I am no longer in possession of the receipt. I am unsure if the laptop will appear water damaged to apple as the amount spilled was miniscule, however if it does appear so to them I think the warranty would also be void regardless.. Any help / advice for the above would be much appreciated.. Thanks, Sam!