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Power off the laptop and unplug it from the electrical outlet. Remove any external devices, such as a printer, headphones or flash drive. Hold a can of compressed air at an angle and spray into the cracks around the stuck mouse keys. The compressed air should dislodge dust or other particles from the keys. Insert a toothpick into the cracks to remove any visible debris that may be stuck, being careful to avoid probing too deep. Wet a soft cloth slightly with Isopropyl alcohol or Methylated Spirits. Wipe the keys to clean up any surface debris. Dampen a cotton swab with alcohol, but do not soak. Carefully wipe the edges of the keys to remove any remaining debris. Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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