Liquid Spill service in Montreal, Quebec

Liquid Spill

If your MacBook has experienced an unexpected liquid spill, don’t worry. We’re here to help. Our skilled technicians specialize in reviving liquid-damaged MacBooks, giving them a new lease on life. Let’s restore your MacBook to tip-top shape!

If you’ve had the unfortunate experience of spilling liquid on your MacBook, it’s crucial to act swiftly and correctly to minimize damage. The first and most critical step is to immediately power off your MacBook and disconnect any power source. Do not attempt to turn it back on to check for functionality, as this could exacerbate the damage.

Immediate actions to take:

  • Immediately power off the MacBook by holding down the power button for at least five seconds until the device shuts down.
  • Unplug the charger to cut off power supply to the device.
  • Block the ventilation holes to shield the logic board from water exposure.
  • Use a lint-free cloth to absorb any visible liquid on the keyboard, touchpad, and screen.
  • Bring the MacBook to us as soon as possible for inspection and cleaning if any trace of liquid or corrosion is present

Do not attempt to turn on the computer or charge it.

  • Avoid pressing any keys, as this may drive the liquid deeper into the device.
  • Refrain from shaking or flipping over the MacBook, as this could spread the liquid.
  • Do not use a hairdryer or heat source to dry the MacBook, as it could cause additional harm.
  • Avoid using rice to expedite the drying process, as it is ineffective and may introduce dust between the keys.
  • Do not disassemble the MacBook unless you are a qualified technician.
These steps are crucial for preventing further damage and improving the chances of your MacBook’s recovery. For comprehensive assistance and the best chance of saving your device, prompt action is recommended. We offer affordable and thorough repair options compared to official Apple service providers and may provide data recovery services not offered by Apple. Remember, time is of the essence when dealing with liquid damage to electronics.

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