A few days ago I accidentally spilt a tiny amount of water on the top left side of my MacBook Pro 13". The computer died instantly, but a few minutes after I wiped off the remaining water it came back to life and was operating fine. I left it overnight - not plugged in - and woke up to find the battery dead (the light was flashing on the battery indicator). I tried to plug it in to the Magsafe adapter but it wouldn't charge.
I took it into an official repairs shop, and they advised me that the battery was faulty and would have to be replaced. $230 later, they replaced the battery and the laptop is running fine off the 40% the new battery had but I have just plugged the computer in to find that it is still not charging!
There is no recognition whatsoever that a charger has been plugged in; no light at all on the head of the adapter, and the battery icon remains as it was on the actual Macbook's top-right display.
I am naturally very annoyed that replacing the battery did nothing but I am now unsure what is wrong with the computer! I think it may be the water damage on the MagSafe power port - is it possible to replace these? If so, is it cheap/easy?
Thanks in advance for any help.