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My tea just spilt into the keyboard, can i fix it? I spilled tea with a little honey in it onto my keyboard last night. Initially it worked, then repeated a keystroke or two; now it isn't operable. Blue light on the wireless connector flickers when the keyboard is turned on. Can it be repaired?

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You could try removing the keys out of the keyboard and cleaning it with a damp cloth and a can of compressed air. If the tea hit the circuitry of the board though you may have to get a new one.

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