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Mac keyboard got wet, now the mouse is hardly usable. It glitches and lags. What do I do?

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First let the keyboard dry. Whether the wetness was due to water or coffee or...If water, you might get it working once dry. With coffee etc, it might be difficult as it may have damaged the circuitry. But try.

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