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How do I remove the bottom of my AX 60 model so that I may at least spray the keys and hope they would stick LESS. What should I use to Lub. the keys? Please advise Psimons@new.rr.com Help

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When you say stick I assume that you mean they go down but won't enter. If so what you need is a new contact pad that is sandwiched in side the keyboard. Not for the weak of heart.

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