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How to remove keypad gateway mx3701 for cleaning

Soda spill on keys some stick some don't work

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Your best bet is to buy a new keyboard they are inexpensive and it is not worth it to try and repair it. it's not really a good idea to drink anything around any electronic devices !!!

Posted on May 12, 2008

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