Last Thurs, my 17-yr old daughter spilled green tea on her 13" MBP Retina (not over the keyboard, but behind). An 'X'-sign appeared over the battery icon, with a message 'no battery available'. She continued to use her MBP. Next day, she told me the Power button didn't work (she didn't tell me the rest of the story!). The MBP was still under warranty (plus AppleCare till 8/2016). Telephone support took me through SMC reset & NV Ram/P Ram reset. Finally they told me to take it to the service center. Service called me the same evening with bad news. Water stains on the logic board. Not covered by warranty. AppleCare which I purchased to be voided! Serial no. of machine noted by Apple. He would call back with a repair quotation. Today he called again - he had done an internal clean-up & MBP seemed to be working fine. I could collect the MBP (no charge), but there would be no further warranties. Just posting to check on his last statement - the original warranty (1-Yr) isn't over till mid-Aug, and the 2-yr AppleCare plan hasn't even started. Will Apple really blacklist the unit?