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Saitek Eclipse II keys are sticking

My son spilled some beverage at my desk in which means on my keyboard and now the keys are sticking.  I have tried to pop off the keys but dont want to break them are they suppose to come off or do you remove the screws on the back to clean this keyboard?

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You can remove the screws on the back and clean the keyboard. It's very easy task to do. Just remember components locations inside so you can reassemble.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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