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cww
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Jan 21, 2003, 05:59 PM
 
Does anybody have any [non-harmful] suggestions as to how I could get all the crumbs, hairs and Heaven-only-knows what else has fallen between the keyboard keys? It's not really an easily-accessed place under the keys

Thanks for any ideas
Backpack: Late 2001 iBook 12.1" | 600 MHz | 128 + 256 MB RAM | 15 GB HD | DVD-ROM | Jaguar
Left Pocket: iPod | 5 GB
     
Gigacorpse
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Jan 22, 2003, 12:03 PM
 
I haven't had an iBook in a while but doesn't the keyboard detach? (I seem to remember removing it for a RAM upgrade.) If it is removable, I would think that you could spray it with some compressed air.
     
Kronos
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Jan 22, 2003, 12:52 PM
 
You might try taking off the keyboard and while holding it up vertical, use a air can to spray the crumbs out from under the keys. I am sure there are most likely better ways but that always works for me.

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Peter
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Jan 22, 2003, 03:28 PM
 
Remove the keyboard and blow into one end, and out drops all the cr*p
we don't have time to stop for gas
     
   
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