Question about Harma HK-2201 (pn3202042) Keyboard
Did you spill something on the board? If so, you won't fix that, you'll need a new board. If not, dismantle it and adjust the rubber underlayment. Clean it good. If you did spill something , don't bother trying to clean it. You'll find you wasted your time.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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