Question about Toshiba Tecra M3 Notebook
Power down, remove battery, blow the keyboard with compressed air from a can you get at an office supply store. Do not spray any liquid cleaner of any kind directly on the board, spray a cleaning solution on a microfibre towel but do not saturate it, gently run the towel up and across the keys, when you are finished cleaning, blow the keyboard dry with more air. If you are satisfied of the dryness of the board, re-install the battery and power it up.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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