Hi, I have a MacBook Air 13" A1466 that is a friend of mine who split green tea and honey all over it leaving sticky residue over the logic board and keyboard. I have taken apart the computer bit by bit cleaning off any residue with Isoprene and electrical contact cleaner so it looks perfectly fine now. However, the keyboard is still quite sticky and obviously I don't want to have to take the whole laptop apart to find there is nothing really wrong with the keyboard. When I plug in the charger, it light's up green and then turns to orange (with battery in laptop). I have also tried without the battery in, incase the battery is causing the problem and the magsafe indicator just stays green. The whole problem is that the computer will not turn on - pressing the power button on the keyboard does nothing. I saw this post (http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/99363...) and tried to find the solder points on my laptop to start it up but I cant seem to find any instructions for an A1466 model. If anyone could help that would be much appreciated as I need to boot this up to see if there has been anymore damage. I have tried to see if I could boot it from a wired keyboard but the one I have doesn't have a power button on it so nothing really happened. Thanks a bunch!