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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by iDutchman, Feb 21, 2013.
If you're willing to pay for the repairs, they'll happily fix it for you. Warranty replacements only cover things that aren't the fault of the user or don't occur due to normal wear & tear. If screws are missing, it says that someone was digging around on the inside which could potentially void the warranty...though you could argue the battery screws are missing as a result of removing the battery after whatever liquid damage occurred.
Take it in and see what they say, you've got nothing to lose by hearing what Apple has to say.