Question about Sony VAIO VGN-NR385E Laptop
Well completely removing the keyboard wont really help, seeing as how there is an underlay board it rest on. Also you risk voiding any type of warranty by doing so.
So I'm assuming coke or some other type of drink or sticky substance is making the keys stiff.
Best advise to you is to manually take a small knife..or butter knife would be safer and lifting up each key very carefully till it pops off. If you are careful there should be no worries and you can clean the board under the keys the best you can...(DO NOT OPENLY POOR WATER OR CLEANING SOLUTION) take a rag or a towel, lightly moisturize it and clean or wipe carefully.
Then just re-seat the keys back to the board as the springs and or latches under the keys should just snap back into place.
Remember where the keys go also, or typing could get interesting for you if you look at the keyboard.
I myself ...do not even glace at the keyboard anymore :P
Give me thumbs please!
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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Remove the old keyboard key by putting the tip of your fingernail underneath the top right of the key you want to clean.
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