Liquid spill, will not charge or power on.
A friend of mine brought me his Early 2015 Retina MB Pro 13" after his youngest child spilled juice on the keyboard. The computer did work afterwards but he was having some charging issues. When I got it, the computer would not power on, it would give the "Plug in AC Adapter" symbol. Okay so I plugged it in, and hitting the power button gives me the "Low Battery symbol". Removed the bottom cover and inspected, there actually wasn't much corrosion, other than a small spot on the logic board, and (after removing the flash memory) some on the SSD connector. Cleaned all visible corrosion with 91% Isopropyl Alcohol, took the MagSafe port out and cleaned it to remove debris and any possible corrosion. Put it back together (didn't reinstall bottom cover) and it powered on. SWEET! I was only able to login to the Guest account, therefore I could not do any diagnostics due to the restrictions. Shut it down so I could login to the Admin account (after I got the password) and it wouldn't turn back on.
I've tried unplugging the battery from the logic board to power it on, nothing. MagSafe LED is illuminated with the amber light, and when I do the SMC Reset key combo, it goes green, then back to amber.
I am going to pull the logic board out to see if there may be some corrosion on the other side of the board, but does anyone have any other suggestions? Will post pictures as well.