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Well, if you have a wipe, you can clean it!
They have wipes that do not have alcohol in them and their made for cleaning
electronics, the name exscapes me right now! Also, get a can of conpressed
air to get the dust off! I use air to clean my laptop and keyboards!
IT is good to make sure your fans are dust free and if you are adventurous or
know anyone who can, get a cleaning kit for a computer or small vacuum to clean
the inside of your desktop! I would not do this with the laptop, just use
the air to get where the fans are to make sure the dust is cleared!
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Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2015 1:33
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] tech problems
I have a question for you and or anyone else who
might be able to answer. How could one clean their keyboard instead of buying
new? My keyboard works fine but it probably could stand a good
Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2015 10:10
[TechTalk] tech problems galore!
I think we all can hear the
frustration in your post, so maybe here's a
few things that may help out a
1. When you get a call center rep you can't understand, tell them
can't understand them and you want another rep. I do it all the
and it works. Sometimes they try to insist on helping. Just keep
I can't understan you please transfer me to another rep. It
2. I'm not sure if you called the Microsoft accessibility
number or not. I just used them last week and there was no
Don't get me wrong, I still waited 25 minutes to get a rep, but
to be expected.
Here's the number: 1–800-936–5900
your talking about laptop keys sticking, then you should know
they sell the
little rubber bouncy things that are seated underneath
the keys on ebay and
other sites. They sell replacement keys with the
mounting ring and the
little rubber bouncy thing for about 4 bucks a