I have a 15in Retina MacBook Pro from 2013 (Model A1398). It will not turn on, but the fans run very quietly. Connected to the charger, the green indicator light comes on. I started my morning by spilling coffee all over my desk. My MBP was sitting on the desk. I quickly wiped it down, and it seemed to be ok. As far as I could tell, no coffee got near the internals of the computer. It seem to work ok, so I started to do the work I needed to. But shortly the track pad starting acting up, and soon start working. There’s a chance the the keyboard wasn’t working right too (but it could have just been me uncaffineated, sleepy, and a little flustered). I tried to restart the computer, and it restarted fine, but the trackpad still won’t work, so I couldn’t log in. I tried to restart again, and the computer booted into a password recovery mode. But by I still couldn’t get the keyboard/trackpad to respond. Eventually the computer got turned off. Whether I did or it shut off automatically, I’m not entirely sure. All I know is that it won’t turn on. I tried to reset the SMC using Shift + Control + Option + Power. I tried doing the same thing using a USB keyboard. As far as I can tell, that didn’t accomplish anything, except perhaps allow the fans to run very quietely. I got my hands on the proper screw driver, and opened up the back, and I don’t see any evidence of coffee getting into the internals. If it did, it came through the left side. There was a lot of dust, but no coffee as far as I can tell. I saw no pink water indicators either. What can I do? What should I try. It’s a road trip to get to the nearest Apple store, and I can’t get there for a few days. What options do I have? Thanks in advance!