19 July 2005, 00:17 by mark hoekstra

Zen & the art of keyboard maintenance

Ha! I puzzled it back together!

...and I didn’t even mention the little break there was in a filmcontact which I fixed also :-) I thought, if I mention that, people start thinking I’m into some very pathetic projects :-)

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Well, it all doesn’t matter now, cause my ibook keyboard is spotless now and it works brilliantly! ;-)

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  1. Robert @ 20 July 2005, 11:04 :

    Misschien is dit iets voor je…


  2. Nicholas Baker @ 20 October 2006, 09:30 :

    It appears your are familiar with Microsfot products to some point . I just got a microsoft Office Keyboard and I cleaned it , and guess what…I didn’t remember how I took it aopart ! Are you able totell me how the 3 plastic sheets go into the keyboard and how the plastic circuit board goes into the top of the inside of the keyboard ?

    I was searching for for Microsoft office Keyboard and maintenance and came across your webpage . You had a nice trip to Microsoft I see . ...and hello from Auckland NewZealand !

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