Question about Microsoft Arc Keyboard
You can repair any keyboard problems by taking it apart. Find the plastic mats with the exposed electrical contacts and look for food dirt, sugar syrups etc. Using a little water and a toothbrush clean and rinse the food covered areas and pat dry. Leave it to dry for an hour. Try putting it back together and see if it works. If not.... then take the offending letters and look for where the carbon paint touches those contacts and either repaint with carbon paint (available from a quality electronic supply) or just use crazy glue gel and glue little foil pieces to each carbon painted spot that is acting up. This works for remote controls too.
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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