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From you:
"Any actual help? Please?"

So my help wasn't actual, but yet you just stated that my help was logical and made sense? Yes I will turn on you when you knock what I'm saying and then turn around in the next sentence and say wait a minute, what he said did just make sense?
I'm not going to let you argue with me, so you take your superiority complex, saddle up and mosey on out of this thread, pilgrim.

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That was the post I was looking for. +Rep

Oh, and

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It's good to know I'm rude because RMA process is not for damaged products and that I hope that he doesn't get away with committing fraud is rude?
If a product is under warranty the RMA process is used for damaged products. Seems you've been wasting money all these years buying new ones when you could've been given a new one for free.

It's not damaged, it's dry and all the keys are working now, but I'll still get another one because Razer have an excellent warranty, although lower specialist experience.
Edited by Reflux - 2/28/11 at 7:54am
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I'm not going to let you argue with me, so you take your superiority complex, saddle up and mosey on out of this thread, pilgrim.



That was the post I was looking for. +Rep

Oh, and



If a product is under warranty the RMA process is used for damaged products. Seems you've been wasting money all these years buying new ones when you could've been given a new one for free.

It's not damaged, it's dry and all the keys are working now, but I'll still get another one because Razer have an excellent warranty, although lower specialist experience.
I wouldn't argue when your wrong either.

You already admitted what I said was correct so I'm not arguing to be right, superiority complex...haha.


Wrong again, RMA is not there to replace something you spilled on, its to replace something that had manufacturers defects or failed due to workmanship, not cause you spilled pop/soda/juice/milk/liquid whatever you want to call it this time on it.

Damn, some people, your one of them someone bring back natural selection.
post #23 of 30
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first you said its pepsi, now you say its juice, frankly it doesn't matter if you jizzed on it its all about the same.
LAaaaaaaaaaaid back Sipping on Jizz and Juice

It's not the same.
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LAaaaaaaaaaaid back Sipping on Jizz and Juice

It's not the same.
Jizz would probably be better, it doesn't spread out and cleans up better haha
post #25 of 30
Hold on, this is a keyboard? I read in custom PC mag a few years ago that keyboards undergo a process similar to dish washing before they are packaged up. They actively recommended the use of a dishwasher to clean keyboards. As long as the dishwasher is clean and you rinse it after and dry it quickly, there ought to be no issue at all with that.

There's nothing electrically sensitive in there really, as you say, it's a switchboard.

Edit, I just googled it and see there's a bunch of fancypants stuff in there. While powered down I'm sure it would be fine, I can't recommend it on this board, due to the built in gimmicks.
Edited by Double Helix - 2/28/11 at 10:56am
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post #26 of 30
I've heard the idea of dishwashing it...I really don't think its such a grand idea, certain boards maybe.

the case and caps, certainly though
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All I can say is...



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I've heard the idea of dishwashing it...I really don't think its such a grand idea, certain boards maybe.

the case and caps, certainly though
I'd be very careful about dishwashing keycaps. Between the heat and the detergent, they may not come out the best for it.
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post #28 of 30
your not supposed to run the heat cycle, just rinse if you do it.

I don't know that I'd be too worried about the soap on the keycaps tho.
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If a product is under warranty the RMA process is used for damaged products. Seems you've been wasting money all these years buying new ones when you could've been given a new one for free.

It's not damaged, it's dry and all the keys are working now, but I'll still get another one because Razer have an excellent warranty, although lower specialist experience.
Warranties are for defective products, not ones you break by spilling liquids onto them.

For that you use insurance.

I can understand you being angry that you've messed up your keyboard, but trying to palm off the problem on a company (and effectively commiting a criminal offence) that isn't responsible for the problem in the first place is hardly a moral action.

I hope you get it fixed somehow, hope you don't commit fraud against an innocent (at least in this case) company, and hope you learn from your mistake.

Good luck!
Edited by Lifeshield - 2/28/11 at 3:55pm
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post #30 of 30
Honestly I think the guy's just pissed that he fked up his keyboard and wants to make it look nice so they won't notice when he try's to RMA it.

and people wonder why stuff cost's so much these days.

when a company has to eat the cost on a entire piece of inventory (and many people do this crap) how much do you really think that adds up to.... a lot I'm sure
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