Hello Everyone. So my sister spilt coffee on her Early 2011 13" Macbook Pro. No applecare or other warranty. I Immediately had her shut it down and turn it over to let the coffee spill out. A day went by and she said a good amount of coffe had leaked out of the computer. She then said there was a period of shutting on and off when it was plugged into the charger, with the unit not getting past the apple chime. I had her unplug it and close the computer until I could come pick it up. I decided to open it up to see if i can clean up any of the damage. The logic board did have a good amount of coffee residue on it on the bottom side, but not much on the CPU side. I used some rubbing alcohol and q-tips to clean the board up as much as i could. I gave it a day to dry and they put it back together. To no surprise, it did not turn on when pressing the power button. I attached the charger and presto, it turns on! Here are the things I noticed as it turned on: 1) Extremely slow and Laggy 2) Half of the keyboard and the power button do NOT work 3) CPU %System usage is at a constant 80-86% 4) the kernel_task in activity monitor is at a constant 325-330% 5) Applications and everything still work, just at an extremely slow speed 6) CPU fan speed is constantly on and at high speed, even though there is no heat coming off the CPU 7) trackpad works, but is very sticky From what it looks like, it seems that along with the keyboard and power button problems, the temperature sensors are faulty. Is there any way to fix this without getting a new logic board? I can open up the unit again and try to clean up more. The only thing that is concerning me is that once the unit goes off, i might not be able to turn it on again. Any help would be appreciated. I have no problem opening up the computer and taking it apart. I also only want to take it to apple as a last resort. Thanks!