uhhh spilt juice on laptop? 13 replies

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id10t

Is it really so strange?

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#11 12 years ago
marvinmatthew;3663979 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.

I've gotta put that to the test sometime as I have an unused keyboard, to see if putting my keyboard in the dishwasher will actually still work afterwards, I have my doubt though :|




vikke-viking

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#12 12 years ago
marvinmatthew;3663979 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.

Can you really do that? If so can I put my logitech keyboard in the diskwasher and let it dry for like three days and it will be alright?




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#13 12 years ago

ehh.. I'd be wary about doing that. For cheap keyboards, sure.. if they break or the hot water damages the board, then you can replace it with no hassle. However, the more expensive ones, you really may not want to do that. Such as those with backlighting or especially the logitech g15. You will destroy that lcd if you run it in a dishwasher.

Usually you can just removed the casing and get underneath the keys to clean them. All you need is a screwdriver.


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marvinmatthew

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#14 12 years ago

Most any keyboard that uses the PS/2 port on your computer will work with the dishwasher method. I wouldn't put a USB keyboard in a dishwasher though.




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