Macbook Liquid Damage Repair
Liquid damage repairs take about 2-5 business days.
Spill damage is repairable at reasonable prices. Most leave our store paying between $100-$450 depending on their problem. Apple often quotes $750-$1250 to replace everything with a tier 4 repair because it’s easier for them to replace everything(and charge you accordingly). We repair the damaged components specifically and pass the savings onto you!
Come to our store or mail your laptop to us for a free estimate.
We’ll give you an assessment of what is wrong and what needs to be done at no charge! If it’s too far damaged to be worth repairing, we’ll let you know and you won’t owe us a dime.
Keyboard/power button – $175-$350
Trackpad – $125-$250
Logic board repair – $325-$425
Battery – $100-$250
When you bring it to Rossmann’s, WE fix it HERE!
Most companies outsource component level motherboard repair because they don’t know how to do it. The person you are talking to does not work for the company repairing your device, causing delays and unexpected surprises.
We repair your board in-house, and you only deal with us. Our company has helped instruct thousands of other repair technicians on how to perform these repairs via free YouTube content, guides, and personal instruction.
As soon as you spill something on your machine you should stop using it! Turning it on will make it worse; electricity and water cause corrosion like the board in the picture. Even when damage is this extensive, we can repair it, but it is best to minimize damage.
At the time of photographing, that board was $750 part by itself, and we were able to repair it for $325. You can even watch how we do it with live videos of actual board repairs.
Problems we will fix on your spill damaged machine:
- Not turning on.
- No light/image on the screen.
- Not charging the battery.
- Keys not working properly.
- Trackpad not working properly.
Call or Visit Us
Monday-Friday – 12 PM to 8 PM
Saturday-Sunday 12 PM to 4 PM
141 W. 27th St
New York, NY 10001
Firewire worked perfectly with a crisp image on the screen after our repair!
This board had no firewire and nothing on the screen.. surprising?