Hello guys. I accidentally spilled water on my macbook that's barely a year old. It was turned off when that happened and i think some water entered it through the hinge. As i was in a rush to go somewhere, i just left it there, hoping the water will dry up on its own. The next day, i tried turning it on to do my work and it didn't turn on. I ended up sending it to an authorized apple store and told them i accidentally spilled water on it. I got it back a few days later and they said it's just the lcd that's having issues. However, after a couple of hours using it on the same day that i got it back, it crashed on me again. I sent it back and they gpt back to me a few days later, emailing me a picture of the main logic board with liquid submersion indicators tripped. They quoted me a price of 1200USD, inclusive of labour charges, to get a replacement of the 2.6GHz logic board for the 13" Retina MacBook Pro. I decided not to fix it because it's too expensive to fix! I'm just a college student, with no income and a huge debt. Is there any way that i can fix it? Should i try sending it to another repair center, especially since they did not show me in person the logic board of my macbook? I do not have a pentalobe screwdriver so i can't check it and i'm not tech-savvy enough to deal with such issues. Could anyone please give me advice on what to do?