Many people rely on MacBooks as their primary source of computing. Unfortunately, They are also notoriously easy to break and expensive to repair. This blog post will give you some tips on MacBook repair.
1) Back up your data – the first step in any MacBook problem is backing up all of your data before doing anything else. This way, if something goes wrong and you need professional help or lose everything, at least it’s not gone forever!
2) Check the battery – next, check the power cord (including charger), and make sure that it is plugged in correctly and that there is no debris blocking the connection between laptop and charger; then check the battery by clicking on the apple logo in the menu bar and going to “about this mac”. Make sure that it is charged at least 50% before you continue!
3) Check the MacBook for liquid damage – there are many ways that your mac can be damaged, but one of the most common is if it gets wet. If you drop a cup of coffee on your mac or spill something else, turn it off and unplug immediately; then dry off any excess fluid with paper towels before turning it back on to make sure nothing has short-circuited.
We highly recommend taking your computer to a specialist or specialty repair center to avoid bigger damages.