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If the liquid was plain water, then no problem. Just dry it out with a hair dryer.
However, if the liquid contained sugar, the solution is a bit more difficult. Sugar crystallizes as it dries and takes on the characteristics of concrete. Let's take the easy one first:
To reinstall the key just press it back on gently and it will click into place.
That should solve your problem. As a case in point, I'm typing this on a Microsoft keyboard that has been bathed in hot coffee on a couple of occasions.
All the best
Posted on May 23, 2011
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