So I got an Early 2015 Macbook Air 13in with my graduation money for college, but this past summer, I accidentally spilled water on the keyboard and I've been having lots of issues with it since. I took it to a computer repair place for $90 and they successfully liquid cleaned it and salvaged it all except for the battery, which couldn't retain a charge. They said they'd replace the battery for $250 with no warranty but I felt that was too overpriced. After keeping it on the charger all summer, I took it to a place that only charged $150 for a battery replacement and a warranty on the labor and parts. Now, my computer's randomly and intermittently cutting off, resulting in a lot of frustration and lost work. It cuts off when it's fully charged, close to dying, plugged in, unplugged, after 5 minutes of use, sometimes not until 5 hours of use, on a cooling panel, etc etc. It's completely random and will sometimes pull up things I was looking at when it shut down two hours before, or will randomly turn the sound on and off. I've reset the SMC and done a PRAM reset and from what I've read, it's something to do with the logic board, which will require yet another repair. OR it's a faulty battery and I will need to take it back to the repair place that replaced my battery in the first place and either get my money back or a new battery. I don't know if any of you have any computer knowledge, but I'm pretty stuck and don't really have money to whip out for computer repairs. I don't know if it just needs one repair and it's fine for a few more years, or if I'd be better off just getting a new computer.