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nhkdarkevil

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Feb 21, 2018
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Hi,
Few days ago i accident drop like a drip of water into the bottom corner of the trackpad, it drifted down into the groove so fast i can't even wipe it The trackpad still working fine now. But now i'm worry my Apple Protection Plan will be useless if there is any problems happen in future and Apple deny to warranty it because of water damage. Will they? Any advise?
P. S : i made a mark so you can see the position and amount of water. Thanks
 

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Audit13

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Best thing would be to stop using the MacBook, remove the bottom cover, disconnect the battery, look for any signs of moisture, and let it dry with the bottom cover off for a while. Sometimes, it can take a long time before any issues related to moisture appear.
 

Nacho98

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Jul 11, 2019
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Nothing you can do, if it's working, just keep using it. If the computer breaks later, it's doubtful it would be from that or that a water indicator would even be in that area.

Non-issue IMO.
 

fokmik

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Since you have the 2016- mac with non mechanical trackpad i think you will be ok
 

iMacDragon

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Oct 18, 2008
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That amount of water likely didn't get deep enough to cause any permanent issues or find a water indicator to trigger.
 
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