Originally Posted by MoleMania
^I actually have a g110, and I have successfully removed the keys on it without damage. Everything was safe, but they were a ***** to get off in the first place. I personally wouldn't bother, so just use air.
How did you remove the spacebar? Recently we had some issues and a few of the keys are sticking on our G110. Including the spacebar - i'm suspicious that one of the kids spilled something on part of the keyboard. The G110 isnt hard to take apart. just take out the half a million screws in the back, remove the cardboard, take out some screws from the plastic, remove that, lift the plastic and rubber and just squeeze the little clips under each of the keys, easy to remove and clean.
HOWEVER, while all the keys were easy to remove and clean the spacebar was really hard, it not only has the little central clips you have to squeeze to get the center button out, it also has two hooks, one on either side of the middle button "column" which i can't figure out how to bend back AND get the middle clips all at the same time and i don't want to snap those hooks OR the center clips.
If you managed to get the spacebar off, how did you do it? Its the ONLY key that is still having a problem.