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post #11 of 13
If I was in your position I would have made that guest spill out full payment for a new keyboard.

I've been through this way too many times, and being nice about is just no longer an option. My policy is you break it, you pay for it. After all this isn't some generic $15 keyboard he/she ruined. I have the exact same keyboard and I would have been livid if that had happened to me, but then again, I don't let any soul come 5 ft near my computer.
post #12 of 13
Hey, a necro'd post.

Too bad all the links in my "Fix Your Keyboard" guide are dead.

Damn Geekhack!

Goes down.

Goes up.

Goes down.

Goes up.....
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post #13 of 13
I just made an account to post what worked for me. I let my keyboard sit upside down near (not too near) my fan heater for an hour. Next I spun the keyboard around really fast in the direction which I estimated would pull the water out. Finally I put a cleanex corner under the key which wasn't registering anymore, and pressed it down a lot.

And now the key works again and my keyboard is saved!
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