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Hi everyone - new member here! Really useful site.

Recently bought my i-mac after using my sister's for ages and thinking that I really should get my own....so I did!

Anyway, loving every minute but have had a disaster. Spilled a full cup of tea over the keyboard . All appears fine apart from the 4 on the number pad not working. Any remedies anyone? It's one of the new slimline ones.

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Welcome and congrats on your new Mac!

Don't have much experience in spilled stuff over keyboard, other than when my little sister poured a class of juice over my old PC keyboard 10 years ago. I have to say that those buttons were a bit sticky for awhile but eventually it went away Just let it dry, a small drop of liquid can cause problems in keyboards.

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