So the misses macbook pro was in her handbag when a bottle of water leaked over it.
Did the usual, so let it dry out for a couple of days and started it up, looks good apart from the battery not holding charge but she has used it for a couple of days when its plugged in.
Anyway, she went back to apple for a replacement battery but once they opened it up they could tell water had been inside of the laptop.
They want to replace a whole load of stuff because they can't say what else is damaged.
But if its been working ok (except the battery) is it a case of just making them replace the battery or is it possible that corrosion elsewhere could occur?
I would imagine the warranty is buggered if we forced them to just replace the battery.