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    5-6 keys on my laptop have quit working, they were very sticky before but always worked

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardsteele View Post
    5-6 keys on my laptop have quit working, they were very sticky before but always worked
    You should finish yourself in a Kleenex.
    Death comes to all of us, sometimes sooner than we expect.

    Don't live your day like it is your last, but live it like it is your first.
    New, exciting and fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Floki View Post
    You should finish yourself in a Kleenex.
    I do have them ready but it doesn't always go the direction you want it,

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardsteele View Post
    I do have them ready but it doesn't always go the direction you want it,
    I know just what you mean....

    Death comes to all of us, sometimes sooner than we expect.

    Don't live your day like it is your last, but live it like it is your first.
    New, exciting and fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardsteele View Post
    5-6 keys on my laptop have quit working, they were very sticky before but always worked
    Wash it under the tap and place it in the hotpress to dry

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyB View Post
    Wash it under the tap and place it in the hotpress to dry
    cold or hot water tony?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyB View Post
    Wash it under the tap and place it in the hotpress to dry
    Also make sure it's plugged into the mains electricity when you're washing it Howard, works much better :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardsteele View Post
    5-6 keys on my laptop have quit working, they were very sticky before but always worked
    Sounds like you need one of these.......

    Last edited by zilch; 29-09-16 at 21:59.

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    Thanks Barney, worked a treat, I feel drained now, I'm going for a lie down
    Last edited by howardsteele; 29-09-16 at 21:56.

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    prevention is better than cure. wrap the keyboard in cling first next time.

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