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Open up new apple bluetooth keyboard

I poured some drink on it, and the keys are super sticky, how do i open it and lean it?

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Well they are meant to be sealed so your best bet would be to get some spray cleaner, and spray the gunk away, that should be fine, if it hasn't faulted yet it MUST be sealed properly, so just do it "in situ" .

Posted on May 05, 2010

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