Apologies if this is in the wrong section but I wouldn't mind a small amount of advice. I'm sure I'm not the only one who has done this, but I've managed to spill coffee all over the keyboard section of my MacBook Pro! I've let it dry out for a couple of days and turned it on this morning. So... the good news is that it boots up to the login screen fine. The screen works perfectly, and if I connect external peripherals I can use it. However, the entire keyboard section is now dead - the keyboard, trackpad and the touch bar which doesn't even light up. Not ideal, but I suppose given the type of incident I've had, the keyboard section is probably the 'best' bit which could have failed! I've bought some WD40 Electrical Contact Cleaner Spray on the off chance that it might work, for a few quid it's the worth a shot, although I strongly suspect the entire section is fried and needs replacing. My plan is to buy a working keyboard/trackpad/touch bar section off eBay and follow some guides to replace it, but I'm intrigued to hear any advice from you guys. I'd rather give it a go myself before sending to any third party repair places. Any help/advice would be much appreciated!