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post #11 of 47
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How do you split milk? Is that like splitting atoms?

You probably should have waited a full 24 hours before trying to run it again. If there is ever a large amount of liquid that gets on electronics, it's always best to allow time for it to dry up.
Whoops, thanks for that. I'm still trying to get used to my backup keyboard for typing, it's so much smalled and the buttons are very springy :/
post #12 of 47

that's some funny stuff right there
maybe you'll learn to go eat in the dinning room or kitchen like normal people
post #13 of 47

Watch the first one in this video...


It could have been much worse.
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that's some funny stuff right there
maybe you'll learn to go eat in the dinning room or kitchen like normal people
I was watching a movie
post #15 of 47
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If you've spilled milk into it, wash it out. Letting milk dry into your keyboard is the last thing you want to do.
Wash it out with...... what?
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I's try pulling off any keys and get some contact cleaner, raise some hell, and use some air to blow everything out. Let it dry overnight. Can't hurt as it doesn't work now.
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that's some funny stuff right there
maybe you'll learn to go eat in the dinning room or kitchen like normal people
Normal people don't eat at a dinner table anymore.
Hell I don't even have a desk or a monitor, I use a La-Z-boy chair and coffee tables with my 42" sharp aquos.
Comfort is king and the computer desk is an old outdated idea, my PC is king of my living room.
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Yeah I might pull it apart again and wipe it down... again...
Always worth a shot, no?
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I bought 3 years ago an A4Tech X7 G600 keyboard, it's washable and water resistant, I bought it go to lanpartys and the keyboard tasted redbull, coca cola, vodka, and other various type of alcohols and it's like when I bought it.
    
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So, I've dismantled the keyboard once again.

I have just a plastic part with all the keys, there are no electronics in it and from what I can tell, all the milk has been stopped within there. I know normal tap water is slightly ionized and has charged particles so that can make it conductive but if I blasted my plastic only part down with the high pressure nozzle on my shower, would that be okay?
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