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Spilled wine on keyboard of k72f series - keys sticking - new keyboard?? I have read that this is a waterproof keyboard and that the internals should be ok. Using an external keyboard currently and seems to be ok

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Hi There,

When they say waterproof, what they mean is that the fluids don't leak down through the keyboard to your motherboard, shorting it out and causing hundreds of dollars in damage if not ruining your laptop permanently. Yes, you need a new keyboard and it's a small price to pay. Count your blessings or lucky stars.

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Selk

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