Around 2 months ago a small cup of tea/coffee (i think it was tea?) spilt onto my macbook pro while it was turned on, and went mainly into the usb areas on the left hand side and a little bit on the keyboard. It didn't turn off immediately, i shut it down myself and just used a hairdryer to try and get rid of the excess liquid and turned the mbp on it's side. It subsequently refused to turn on for about 2 weeks so i took it to a genius bar at the apple store and they said it was pretty much ruined and EVERYTHING would need to be replaced and gave me a quote of around £900 ($1277) We agreed this would be pointless and i might aswell buy a brand new macbook. I picked my ruined mbp up from the apple store and kept trying to charge it and turn it on for another 2/3 weeks but nothing. So i just put it in a draw for 2 weeks forgot about it then one day decided to try it again, and by some miracle it powered up. At first it didn't charge properly but now it does and everything works fine, and i've managed to recover so many important files and back them up. I know my macbook pro probably won't last much longer but at least * i've managed to recover my files * haven't had to pay anything for fixing it * can spend some time messing around on it while i save up for a brand new one Can't believe they gave me a quote of £900 to fix it when it's working perfectly right now Realistically how much longer do you think my macbook pro will work for before dying?