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    My siste spilled jam on my keyboad and now my key doesn't wok no moe, any tips on cleaning keyboads?

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    The power of google

    my suggestion is to spray it with ahose, but then again i've never tried it.

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    The powe of google.

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    23 steps? I'd athe continue with no . If i pess had like this rrrrr it woks but sometimes it gets stuck in and I type moe than i should have.

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    get a new board
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    You can just pop the keys out with a butter knife then clean it with a rag or something.
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    How about a new keyboard they aren't exactly that expensive

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    Originally posted by RapFan@12 February 2004 - 12:52
    How about a new keyboard they aren't exactly that expensive
    thats what i said

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    If its a normal pc keyboard its easy and safe
    just
    Disconnect it ( )
    1. open all the keys where "Jam" is and a few more around
    with a wetish (but not too) remove jam under keys and on the keyboard interface.
    2. if its gone deeper - open up the entire keyboard with screwdriver(backside) and carefully clean with cloth.
    3.Let dry - let dry somemore

    If its a laptop - its more complicated

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    Originally posted by Zedaxax@12 February 2004 - 13:09
    If its a normal pc keyboard its easy and safe
    just
    Disconnect it ( )
    1. open all the keys where "Jam" is and a few more around
    with a wetish (but not too) remove jam under keys and on the keyboard interface.
    2. if its gone deeper - open up the entire keyboard with screwdriver(backside) and carefully clean with cloth.
    3.Let dry - let dry somemore

    If its a laptop - its more complicated
    Well if its a laptop your screwed if not get another

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