Thread: ibook keyboard
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radarbob
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IMHO you could immerse the whole keyboard in water and let it soak - as long as it not receiving power / attached to the computer. I'd try to get as pure / PH balanced quality H2O as possible. I.E. if your tap water has hi mineral content (like ours), don't use that. Let it soak - an hour? a day?

You might try taking the keys off where goop seems to be accumulated so you can clean it off. The keys do pop off but be gentle.

Let the keyboard dry for a day or two - make sure it's absolutely dry. I would avoid applying heat to make it dry faster.

If you're at the point of having to replace the keyboard, then it's worth a shot.
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