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Most likely it needs to be replaced, but there is one last thing you can do.
Since there is no "officially sanctioned" way to get all the sticky gunk out of keyboard, here is a solution I have personally found to work: wash it in the dishwasher. Make sure that you place it in the top tray upside down and tie up the cords so that they don't fall and get stuck in anything. Also be sure to turn off high heat before doing this or you will melt the parts inside. After a wash cycle (No soap!!) take it out and lean it up on its side against a wall in a warm dry place for 48 hours. Do not use a hot dryer! You can also stick it in a box full of uncooked rice too, which will draw every drop of moisture from it. Once completely dry, plug it in and all stickiness should be gone.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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