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  1. #1

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    Apr 07, 2009
    wireless keyboard
    This is a crazy question..... But it is killing me, I just bought the wireless mac keyboard. You know, the one that is like 79.99.. I of course didn't read the instructions and went to put the batteries in. I took off the cover where the rf transmitter is thinking this is where the batteries went.. lol.. but anyways. of course I figured out where to put the batteries but I was concerned because there was glue around the edges of the cover and I am afraid that I damaged the integrity of the keyboard.

    Do I have anything to worry about?

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    Feb 02, 2008
    If the keyboard works, I would not stress over it. As long as you didn't mess with the transmitter, it should be happy. You could maybe try gluing it back together, as long as you only applied glue to the necessary pieces.
    MacBook Pro 2.7 GHZ Core i7 4Gb Ram 500 GB Hard Drive

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    Member Since
    Apr 07, 2009
    well.. now you are going to think I am very strange.. it snaps back on.. so I'm not sure what the glue was for.. lol

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