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Mac Care tips for saving your mac when the unexpected occurs.
Apple Laptop owners are the most succeptable to damage as a result of liquid spills. Here are some things you can do to save your mac laptop.MacBooks, Powerbooks
NOTE: 2009 & newer Macbooks & Macbook Pros
Removing power is a difficult process. The base has to be removed then using a triwing driver one has to remove the retention screws holding in the battery. Once this is completed your Macbook is free of power. Do this procedure ASAP or the laptop will be ruined.
Spilled Water on my laptop what do I do? REMOVE POWER!
Immediately unplug, shutdown, and remove the battery from the laptop.
Call your local Apple repair shop and they can recommend the next steps to get you your laptop going again. Most often you need to let the laptop sit in a hot dry area for several days to let it dry out.

  iMac G5 motherboard

Spilled Soda or coffee on my Laptop what do I do?
Immediately unplug, shutdown, and remove the battery from the laptop.
Call your local Apple repair shop because the laptop will need to be disassembled and cleaned. Often the keyboard will need to be replaced.
I washed my iPod Touch in the washing machine is it ruined?
OMG! We are surprised to offer this answer. Your iPod Touch will most likely survive.
DON'T PLUG it into your Computer or charger. Again let it sit in a hot dry place for several days. An example of "warm dry" would be setting it in a pan of uncooked rice on a heating pad. The heat from the heating pad will force that moisture out and rice will draw the moisture out. In about a week or two you should be able to plug the iPod into your charger. Allow a day for charging then you should be listening to tunes again.

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