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On the second to last picture you can see two little white dots beneath the battery, those are the liquid indicators. If water gets on them they turn red.
 
Since the water went through the keyboard and you immediately turned it off and over to dry it, it's no surprise that the water did not reach the liquid indicators.
 
As you can see in this picture [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/5fNPqerru5MNObCa] the keyboard back light is like a thin film so it acts like a water barrier between the keyboard and the logic board. Since you acted fast, it seems that you saved your computer from death, good job!
 
If your computer does start acting up, I wouldn't be surprised if it was the keyboard, which also includes the power button.
 
As for the blue. I know that for some little chips and parts on the logic board and computers themselves manufacturesmanufacturers like to write with a sharpie and it could be that they wrote with a blue sharpie and the water came in contact with that writing and smeared it around your laptop. That is just a guess.
As for the blue. I know that for some little chips and parts on the logic board and computers themselves manufacturesmanufacturers like to write with a sharpie and it could be that they wrote with a blue sharpie and the water came in contact with that writing and smeared it around your laptop. That is just a guess.

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Düzenleyen: johnsonms2 ,

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On the second to last picture you can see two little white dots beneath the battery, those are the liquid indicators. If water gets on them they turn red.
 
Since the water went through the keyboard and you immediately turned it off and over to dry it, it's no surprise that the water did not reach the liquid indicators.
 
As you can see in this picture [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/5fNPqerru5MNObCa] the keyboard back light is like a thin film so it acts like a water barrier between the keyboard and the logic board. Since you acted fast, it seems that you saved your computer from death, good job!
As you can see in this picture [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/5fNPqerru5MNObCa] the keyboard back light is like a thin film so it acts like a water barrier between the keyboard and the logic board. Since you acted fast, it seems that you saved your computer from death, good job!
 
If your computer does start acting up, I wouldwouldn't be surprised if it was the keyboard, which also includes the power button.
If your computer does start acting up, I wouldwouldn't be surprised if it was the keyboard, which also includes the power button.
 
As for the blue. I know that for some little chips and parts on the logic board and computers themselves manufactures like to write with a sharpie and it could be that they wrote with a blue sharpie and the water came in contact with that writing and smeared it around your laptop. That is just a guess.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: johnsonms2 ,

Metin:

On the second to last picture you can see two little white dots beneath the battery, those are the liquid indicators. If water gets on them they turn red.

Since the water went through the keyboard and you immediately turned it off and over to dry it, it's no surprise that the water did not reach the liquid indicators.

As you can see in this picture [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/5fNPqerru5MNObCa] the keyboard back light is like a thin film so it acts like a water barrier between keyboard and the logic board. Since you acted fast, it seems that you saved your computer from death, good job!

If your computer does start acting up, I would be surprised if it was the keyboard, which also includes the power button.

As for the blue. I know that for some little chips and parts on the logic board and computers themselves manufactures like to write with a sharpie and it could be that they wrote with a blue sharpie and the water came in contact with that writing and smeared it around your laptop. That is just a guess.

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