I recently had a repair come in, a client spilled coffee on a 2008 Macbook Pro A1281. It was DOA, so we ordered a new logic board from our buddies at Blue Raven. Installed the new board (APN 661-4835) and that has failed to solve the issue. The MBP does not start at all, no chime, no hd noise, nothing. The magsafe shows a green light, and the battery is fully charged. Things I have tried: PRAM Reset SMC Reset Swapped Memory Replaced DC-In Different Magsafe cursory examination of the logic board for any physical defects At this point, I'm 99% sure it's a hardware related issue, since the whole things was pretty doused in coffee when it came in. I was thinking it could be the battery cable, but I don't know that that would affect startup attempts that bypass the battery, using just the magsafe. If it's not a power issue, then I was thinking ram, but neither set of sticks I've tried has worked. The A1281 had several iterations, each with its own logic board. There is a slight possibility that the original board I pulled was the 661-4834, which is identical to the 4835 with the exception of more VRAM and a 2.53 ghz chip rather than the 2.4. I don't think that should make a difference, and I'm pretty sure that the original WAS the 4835, so I'm disinclined to think that's the problem. I'd like to think that the new board wasn't DOA from blue raven, and I'm confident enough in my skills to be fairly certain I didn't damage the new board during installation, so barring any possible logic board faults, does anyone have any idea what could be causing a no-boot situation such as this? Any help would be appreciated!