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#1 shayane


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Posted 23 June 2010 - 07:00 AM

Q1. Help! I spilled lemonade on my laptop keyboard and some keys are acting funny. What can I do?

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#2 Cheesezilla


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Posted 23 June 2010 - 12:14 PM

Acting funny how?

I assume there just sticking because of the lemonade.

The only advice i can offer you is to remove each key on the keyboard ( take a picture or something before you do so you know how to put them back correctly) and get some q-tips or paper towels. Drip the q-tip in some warm water, squeeze it to remove some excess water and then scrub away the sticky lemonade residue.

It would also help if you cleaned each key as well. I would imagine they have some dried lemonade on them too.

Also, if you unsure how to remove your keys, google your laptop or something like "Toshiba Laptop how to remove keys". You get the idea =)

Hope this helps!

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