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herewego

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Hi, I spilt milk on my keyboard last night and I cleaned it all off as far as i could tell and today it does not work i will press a key and it will create multipls of the keystroke. I took apart the keyboard and found a little more milk but it still does not work
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herewego

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do you think it is done for?
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wholo5

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Is it a notebook or desktop. If desktop, new keyboards are cheap. If it is a notebook, you can replace it for $30. or $40.

Try blowing it out with air, might help.
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milk=destroyer of keyboards

I have, on bizarre occassions, washed keyboards in the dishwasher (light duty mode, not pots and pans), then placed the keyboard over the heater and let the furnace dry it out over night--but 99 percent of the time, the keyboard is toast
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http://www.tigerdire...CMP=OTC-FROOGLE get one of these next time
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