@gjnolasco9 asked 2 months ago.

How to fix a sticky laptop keyboard?

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@sibijutog answered 1 month ago.

Also, a great way to fix a sticky laptop keyboard is to use compressed air. It will help you blast away all of the gunk that's hiding in the cracks and crevices of the keyboard. You can also use a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol to remove all of the grime.

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@wufaturaha answered 1 month ago.

It's pretty easy to fix a sticky keyboard. If your laptop is still under warranty, then you can bring it to your local Apple store and see if they can fix it for you or if they can send it off to get fixed. If you're outside of warranty, then you can try and clean the keyboard yourself.

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@fareceppa answered 1 month ago.

You can get a can of compressed air and use that to blow air underneath the keys. If you clean the keyboard regularly, you can also prevent this from getting as bad as it is. If it’s really bad, you can take the keys off and clean under them.
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@ilgermaine11 answered 1 month ago.

"If your laptop keyboard is sticky, there’s a good chance that your keys are just dirty. Try using a can of compressed air to blow out all the crumbs and dust that have accumulated in your keyboard.



If that doesn’t work, use a cotton swab to gently clean between the keys."
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@hvpurificacion21 answered 1 month ago.

If your laptop is anything like mine, you’ll know that the keyboard can get really sticky after using it for a while. I’ve tried all sorts of things to clean it such as getting a can of compressed air to clean out the keyboard, but this did nothing.
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