Originally Posted by luckyduck
you threw it in the shower?.......seriously.
You can put keyboards in dishwashers (no soap) to clean them. Works really well, just don't plug it in until it's completely dry.
Getting electronics wet isn't the issue. It's when the water causes a short and destroys components that cause problems. Some equipment is more resilient to shorting than others, keyboards tend to be this way, probably due to their simplicity.
Originally Posted by srsparky32
yup. whats with all of the butthurt people in this thread anyway?
False RMA's raise prices. Do you
want to pay more because of the guy that keeps RMA-ing CPU's to get one that overclocks to his liking? Or even worse, paying for the guy who RMA'd equipment he destroyed, because then they actually have to pay to fix it on top of shipping.
I certainly don't feel like paying for them...
But we do, because we have to.Edited by SectorNine50 - 7/20/11 at 10:02am