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So your laptop keys stick for one reason or another. Perhaps you spilled a drink on it, or you just like to eat and surf the web at ...
If you just spilled something on your keyboard, shut your computer down as fast as possible!Your first order of business is to shut down your computer and remove ...
To give your laptop a thorough cleaning, you will need:- A cup or container large enough to hold all the keys on your keyboard- Rubbing alcohol- Cotton swabs ...
Soak up as much of any spilled liquid as you can with a paper towel or rag. Make sure to get all surfaces of your computer, including the ...
Before you start removing keys, take a high resolution picture of your key layout. Alternatively you can draw the layout or use a friend or family member's computer ...
The next step is to give your keys a soak in some dish soap (or other mild detergent) and warm water. Fill your cup or container and drop ...
As you can see, I did not remove every key on my computer since only a few of them were sticking.Dip your cotton swab into the rubbing alcohol ...
Once your keys are done soaking, lay them out and pat them down with a paper towel or clean rag. Allow them time to completely dry, usually an ...
You're almost done!After allowing time four your computer and keys to completely dry, reattach everything in reverse order that you removed it. Key carriers, keys, and battery. Test ...
Now you're done! Enjoy your revitalized keyboard! If for any reason a key starts to stick again, repeat this process until it functions smoothly.Thanks for looking.
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