First of all, this is obviously my first post and I don't know for certain that I'm posting in the right board, so forgive me if I'm not. Anyway, the problem is that I just spilled about a half glass of water on my Macbook. The screen first started blinking, it then had a quiet sizziling sound, and then turned off altogether. I unpluged everything and looked in the manual and took out the battery as it said. After getting as much water out as I could and waiting a while I tried to put the battery back in and nothing worked. I've looked at the warranty and it doesn't look like it will cover this, even though I've had the computer for less than a year. What I want to know is do you guys think it would be best to just contact Apple and send the computer back to them, or is there something else I should try to do in order to fix it? Thanks so much for the help and if this is posted in the wrong place just let me know and I'll put it elsewhere. Sorry if I can't get back to questions tonight because I'm typing this in my school's library. Thanks again.