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Steven90

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Right I spilt milk on my keyboard and some buttons dont work am using a laptop is it someway the buttons can be fixed or cleaned or if its completly broke can I get new buttons installed and if so how much will it be? I'd perfer to fix or clean them in someway.

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please help
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There's a good chance that the keyboard will have to be replaced.
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some buttons now work any tips to fix the rest
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First off, patience is necessary here, relax and they'll get to it :whistling: They always do

Second, I was going to agree with Chop but since some buttons came back maybe you just need a good ole burst of canned air to the sucka. The liquids can really screw with the electronics so if those don't come back it will have to be replaced.
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http://www.computing...imple/keyboard/ this seems a fairly good little guide, if cleaning them out doesnt work im afraid you will probabl have to get a new keyboard for it.

If all that is broken after spilling liquid on a laptop then count yourself lucky its often a death sentence for laptops.
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