How To Clean The Keyboard On A Notebook
Published by OnlyBestLaptops, on Oct 20 2010, in the categories: How To
Because many times we are very focused on what we’re working on computer, accidents can happen and we have to pay for any mistake such as the one of pouring any liquids on it.
Any office equipment, and especially a laptop should be carefully used and maintained so that we might have a long time to enjoy his technical skills, and for that I bought.
The most common cause of failure of a keyboard is liquid flowing on the keyboard. Immediately after the liquid flowing on the keypad wires start corroded (rust). At an laptop, keyboard is an essential and necessary to use. As a general rule, if the liquid reaches inside the keyboard, it will suffer.
Because in modern laptops there are several layers of thin plastic film that protects the wires, removing a liquid leaked keyboard is extremely difficult and sometimes impossible.
The keyboard is one of the individual components of a laptop. Keyboards have different appearance, location and attachment of the buttons are very different, and last but not least, each model has its own connection to the motherboard. Some keyboards have extra protection against splashing a small amount of liquid.
If this accident is happen at home, and you can’t go to the service, you must take urgent action to remedy the situation. For example I will explain how to clean the keyboard on a HP N3402 laptop.
Before you clean your keyboard, watch it, turn off the laptop.
One way to clean the keyboard it will be to turn the keyboard upside down and spray uses compressed air to remove any dirt under the keys. Do this until it falls nothing. Use ear sticks to clean keys. Wool soaked in alcohol or simple alcohol.The first step is to remove all cables that are connected to it after you turned off the laptop, and then using a rag away from all traces of surface dust or dirt. After he put a half cup of water and half alcohol soaked cloth at one end in the new solution obtained. Or you can use disinfectant wipes or alcohol wipes, for glasses, on your keyboard, too. Another way that it will learn us how to clean the keyboard on an HP N3402 laptop,could be that:
1L of isopropyl alcohol, turn off the laptop and remove the keyboard. Search for keyboard size plastic tray, pour half a liter of alcohol (should be enough). The keyboard submerged in alcohol and covered everywhere, will be left overnight, but be careful to verify it sometimes, to see the effect.
This treatment can be accelerated if you can place the tray on a vibrating surface or sink in the liquid with something that could transmit vibrations or another way could be balancing a tray to also have a positive effect. Later, remove the liquid and change alcohol, wash again, the keyboard and put it apart. Removed keyboard, dried well will be reputed on the laptop turned off.
After these methods to clean the keyboard you could be more careful in the future, because that won’t be useful many times, the keyboard being a very sensitive part of a laptop, too.11