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-If the keys aren't working after you've completely dried it out, and an external keyboard works and runs the machine, your keys have shorted out. Unfortunately this requires an upper case replacement and entails tearing the whole machine down. Here's the part needed: [product|IF163-000] Labor costs will run about $200 normally as this is a difficult repair and it's very easy to damage the connectors on the logic board. Here's the guide on doing it: http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Mid-2009-Upper-Case-Replacement/6040/1
-So your total cost for repair is just under $500.
+If the keys aren't working after you've completely dried it out, and an external keyboard works and runs the machine, your keys have shorted out. Unfortunately this requires an upper case replacement and entails tearing the whole machine down. Here's the part needed: [product|IF163-000] Labor costs will run about $200 normally as this is a difficult repair and it's very easy to damage the connectors on the logic board. Here's the guide on doing it: [guide|6040]
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+So your total cost for repair is just under $500. Frankly I would have this done by a professional because if you pop a connector off the logic board, guess who has to pay for that repair?

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-If the keys aren't working after you've completely dried it out, and an external keyboard works and runs the machine, your keys have shorted out. Unfortunately this requires an upper case replacement and entails tearing the whole machine down. Here's the part needed: http://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Mid-2009-Mid-2010-Upper-Case/IF163-000 Labor costs will run about $200 normally as this is a difficult repair and it's very easy to damage the connectors on the logic board.
+If the keys aren't working after you've completely dried it out, and an external keyboard works and runs the machine, your keys have shorted out. Unfortunately this requires an upper case replacement and entails tearing the whole machine down. Here's the part needed: [product|IF163-000] Labor costs will run about $200 normally as this is a difficult repair and it's very easy to damage the connectors on the logic board. Here's the guide on doing it: http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Mid-2009-Upper-Case-Replacement/6040/1
+So your total cost for repair is just under $500.

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-If the keys aren't working after you've completely dried it out, and an external keyboard works and runs the machine, your keys have shorted out. Unfortunately this requires an upper case replacement and entails tearing the whole machine down. Here's the part needed: Labor costs will run about $200 normally as this is a difficult repair and it's very easy to damage the connectors on the logic board.
+If the keys aren't working after you've completely dried it out, and an external keyboard works and runs the machine, your keys have shorted out. Unfortunately this requires an upper case replacement and entails tearing the whole machine down. Here's the part needed: http://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Mid-2009-Mid-2010-Upper-Case/IF163-000 Labor costs will run about $200 normally as this is a difficult repair and it's very easy to damage the connectors on the logic board.

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If the keys aren't working after you've completely dried it out, and an external keyboard works and runs the machine, your keys have shorted out.  Unfortunately this requires an upper case replacement and entails tearing the whole machine down.  Here's the part needed:  Labor costs will run about $200 normally as this is a difficult repair and it's very easy to damage the connectors on the logic board.

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