Yesterday evening I spilled juice on my MacBook Pro (unibody 13").. Right down the air vent. It powered itself off immediately and I opened it up, there were several drops of juice on the logic board and inside the back of the case. I wiped them off as best I could and let it sit overnight (all the Apple stores in the area were closed). This morning I took it in to the store and they gave me some directions, and I took it home, removed the battery, took everything apart, wiped everything down with filtered water and got all the residue off, and then put it back together. Right now I'm letting it sit with the back cover open and the battery unplugged. -There was no residue at all on the CPU side of the logic board. -None of the liquid detection spots have turned red. -I haven't tried to turn it on since the problem. What are the chances that the logic board is fried, and how long should I let it sit to dry (bearing in mind that both sides of the logic board have been cleaned extensively with water this morning) before attempting to turn it back on?