Question about Music
Well, you have to get into the keyboard. There will be screws or latches that hold the case together.
SOMETIMES screws are hidden beneath stuck on rubber feet.
SOMETIMES plastic latches are where there are slots... have to be careful as they can break if you don't open them right.
WORST are latches along the sides that you have to pry open... knowing where they are is key.
You will probably find that the keys consist of conductive rubber "pills" that are in silicone rubber domes that the keys press against finger-like circuit traces on a board under the keys.
Clean BOTH the pills and the traces with 99% isoprophyl alcohol and a Q-tip.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you very much - there is still the delicate rubber membrane to delicately peel out and then set back into place + "
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