What is the effect of soaking PRAM battery in isopropanol?
While cleaning my macbook after a drink spill I soaked the logic board in isopropanol without removing the PRAM battery. Someone then told me that I shouldn't have done this and I probably killed the battery.
So then I tried to remove it, and while doing this I broke a connector from the battery to the logic board. The PRAM now doesn't work.
My question is, is it true that the battery itself is probably broken and so needs to be replaced along with the logic board connector, or is the battery OK and I just need to try repairing the connection with the logic board?
Secondly, could anyone offer advice on repairing this connection?