Hi, On Saturday I spilled coffee on my Macbook Air. It immediately shut off and I tried to turn it back on but nothing. I tried drying it off and even fanning it out. I took it into Apple and the representative said that it was totally destroyed and that it would take $800 to repair. I wrote the machine off and figured it wouldn't turn on again. However, two days later, if I hit the power button, the keyboard lights up and if I plug the power chord into it, the green light says that it is feeding it power. Now, I am not sure if this is a good sign or if there is any chance at salvaging the machine, but I figured that this would be a good place to ask. On Saturday after the spill it did nothing if I tried to turn it on. I am not sure if I should try to salvage this machine or not. Any thoughts? Any way I can potentially get this machine working again? Or perhaps at least get data off of it? Thanks in advance.