I spilled half a cup of coffee (Nescafé, whole milk, water, no sugar) on the keyboard of my MacBook Pro Retina 15'' (
MacBookPro10,2, Early 2013)
Details that you can skip:
It happened almost 3 days ago (62 hours as of this post).
At the time of the incident the mac was powered on and in use.
- unplugged the power cord,
- forced a shut down (by pressing the power button for a few seconds),
- turned it upside down, with the keyboard facing down and parallel to the floor,
- tried to wipe it dry,
- sworn a lot.
Before bringing it to the Apple store, I decided to wait a few days to let it dry and try to power it on again. After all, something similar happened years ago with an 2008 MacBook (white) and a glass of water, and after a few days of rest the mac recovered fully.
(If anyone is wondering, I even left it a day and a half in a plastic bag with a lot of rice)
However, now it's been almost three days and it still doesn't power on.
I gently removed the power button from the keyboard and it looks dry, although the contact under the rubber pin seems a bit dirty.
Does anyone know what kind of damage should I expect? Is it possible that once completely dry it will work as usual?