Repairing a MacBook that has suffered liquid damage can be a challenging and delicate process. Liquid damage can lead to a variety of issues, including a non-functional MacBook, keyboard problems, display issues, and more. If your MacBook has experienced liquid damage, here are the steps you should take to limit damage and increasing the chance of a successful repair

As you can see from the images this A1502 MacBook Pro has taken a substantial amount of damage but was brought into us quickly which helps limit potential damage that we may not be able to repair.

The areas in question were thoroughly cleaned with some components removed, cleaned and re soldered using hot air micro soldering. Once we were happy with this we then clean the board in a chemical solution in our ultrasonic bath and reassemble the machine for testing

In this case the MacBook sprang back into life and was returned to a happy customer.