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I spilled wine on my keyboard, how do i take it apart

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PC laptop? First **** up all the heavy stuff take it apart do it again,,, and see what mechanics is involved with the key connections. if they are little dots adhered to a silicone sheet then use denatured alcohol and a thin absorbing paper towel and then use lintless wipes and acetone do it in well ventelation it is flamable too.

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First, do not run the laptop at all. Second, disconnect the battery and AC adapter. Removal of the keyboard depends on your specific model. Email me the model number and I'll email back instructions.

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