MacBook liquid/motherboard damage repair. Is this the right repair for you?
>Liquid has been spilt on laptop >MacBook may have sustained main motherboard damage.
If your unit has liquid/water damage, the inspection fee will instead be replaced by the liquid/motherboard damage assessment (£29.99). This acts as a non-refundable purchase as the unit will be stripped, go through our ultrasonic cleaner, dried out and have components tested.
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As you can imagine, the main cause of liquid damaged MacBooks is an accidental spill, flooding or being caught out in the rain. The liquid can cause a variety of issues to the chips and electronics of the motherboard including corrosion and chip failure.
How do we repair MacBook liquid or motherboard damage?
We complete these repairs on a case-by-case basis. Liquid damage has a varying severity depending on factors like how much liquid is on the board, the actions taken after the liquid damage happened and what parts of the electronics the liquid has affected.
We then proceed to strip the MacBook down so we can inspect the internal components. We clean as we go to get rid of any dust or dirt that may have got into the casing and also remove any signs of corrosion as best we can. If there is a clear water-damaged section we will concentrate our efforts there.
*Some problems are more tricky and time consuming than others. Most routine repairs are completed quickly but some can take weeks. We will advise if there is a to be a delay.