So I have just returned from a week working with a client on his new site (anyone miss me?) and on the first night he was enviously admiring my 17inch PB when he manages to tip his glass of redwine into the keyboard. I calmly used some paper towel to soak what I could out of the keyboard then upended the machine and dabbed at it some more hoping gravity would have some effect and finally I left it open all night hoping it would dry without incident. Since then I have noticed so strange happenings (surprised?) The track pad sometimes doesnt respond at all and occasionally it seems to go beserk like it is having its mouse clicked a lot. These are rare incidents but I guess they are related to its unusual drinking habit. Should I take it in for service admitting what has happened and be prepared for a major invoice or should I take it in and act dumb?<br>Thoughts?<br>Chris<br><br>Need a laugh? Visit CreatorDude.com
Sorry to hear about the accident, but I hope it was a good vintage, at any rate. Definitely take it in and let them know what happened. If the guy who did the spilling is responsible, then maybe DM's suggestion is a good one, at least for part of the cost.<br><br> Alas, poor Yorick. -- Hamlet
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