13" Late 2011 MacBook Pro, Intel i5, 4GB RAM Long story short, spilled some water on the MBP while it was plugged in. It was water from a vase, so it was clean water minus whatever flowers expel lol. Anyways, laptop stayed on until I unplugged it from power, where it turned off. Took it apart, there was still a considerable amount of water in there. Let it sit for a couple days, then removed the logic board, took some 91% iso alcohol and Q-tips, and went to town on it, mainly focusing on the parts of the board that had some corrosion. Let it sit overnight, and put her back together. SHE LIVES! The only issue is, it's sloooowwww. 88% CPU usage on boot up. Reset the PRAM, no help. Reset the SMC... and VOILA! <1% CPU on boot, ran again like a champ! .... until 20 minutes later, same issue. Reset the SMC again and rebooted while the computer was still warm, and again it ran perfectly. Then 20 minutes later the same thing all over again. I read something about the LED indicator causing problems, as someone with a water spill had an issue identical to mine, so that will be my next check, but I wanted to post here and see if anyone else had any good information or could help me get this thing back working well for more than 20 minutes. Thanks!