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The-Bleh-Bleh

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#1 11 years ago

ok, i made a stupid, i was doing homework, while i spilt juice out of one of those badly designed juice boxes, and a little dribbled onto the keyboard.

Everything is fine except for the quote/apostrophy key, which is sticky.

Do you guys know of any way to get it not sticky like?

Please help, i made a stupid and I may be brutally slaughtered.'




marvinmatthew

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#2 11 years ago

On most keyboards (on desktops and laptops), the keys (with a little force) will pop right off and snap right back on again, which makes for easy cleaning.

If you have a stand alone keyboard designed for use with a desktop, you can even throw the thing in the dish washer. But you'd need to let it dry for a day or two before plugging it back into your computer.




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#3 11 years ago

Just pop it off and get a small toothbrush wet, that should work.




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#4 11 years ago

And make sure that it's not plugged in while your cleaning it.




The-Bleh-Bleh

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#5 11 years ago

ya, im on a laptop, you sure theyll pop off and come bak on?




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#6 11 years ago

Yup. Just get something pretty thin and wiggle it around in there.




The-Bleh-Bleh

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#7 11 years ago

K, thanks for the help, but being a scared lazy person, i didn't pry the key off. I tried gently, REALLY GENTLY, but it was enough to not pry the key off but after like 15 minutes it cleared out most of the juice, it works fine now for the most part '' ' '' ' ' ' ' ' ' ''hahaha ' '' '' ' ' ' 'im loving it'''''''''''''''''' of course its still a little sticky... but I don't feel like taking any risks now lol.




*The.Doctor

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#8 11 years ago

There's not really any risk unless you do something like trying to beat it off with a hammer or something.




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#9 11 years ago

They're really not hard to pop off. Just slide your nail underneath and lift it off the clip. Once you're done cleaning just clip it back on. Simple.




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#10 11 years ago

My retarted self spilt coke on my 360 controller and I didn't notice it. So when I went to play on my 360 again I noticed the X and Start buttons were sticking. So I went to the sink and ran a really slow/small stream of water and a ran my controller through it. Used an aircan to get rid of the water and what do you know....button no stick no more. :)




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