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Wireless keyboard my roommates keyboard had soda spilled on it now it is messed up how do we fix

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  • MICK FIXIT May 11, 2010

    THATS THE ONLY THING YOU CAN DO THEY DONE A TEST ON THE GADGRT SHOW AND BASICLY TAKE IT APART DRY IT OUT COMPLETY

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Its very easy just use a philips screwdriver undo all screws, carfully separte the keyboard then clean inside if it is still wet then use kitchen towel or a clothe to absorb any moisture.  If its already dried out then use
 a damp cloth to clean then kitchen towel over all u  have cleaned.
reasemble and test if fails then a new keyboard is needed check link  
http://www.microdirect.co.uk/productlister.aspx?n=8,35&n=137

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