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kostya129
03-24-2013, 04:31 AM
I cant clean below my keys in my keyboard i cant take it off . Please help someone.with pictures if you can. Btw i have a g75vw

Vicodin
03-24-2013, 04:41 AM
What happened? lol... Buy a can of compressed air and blow it out. (Judging by how you are freaking out, sounds like you spilled something in there)

Here is your solution
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Palmrest-Toucpad-Keyboard-Assy-Asus-G75-G75V-G75VW-Series-Laptop-13N0-MBA0911-/160990551320?pt=US_Laptop_Replacement_Keyboards&hash=item257bc8dd18

Good Luck

Vicodin
03-24-2013, 04:47 AM
HaHa. I am just messing with you man. So what happened?

kostya129
03-24-2013, 05:04 AM
i was gone for 2 weeks and when i came back there were crubms under the keys, i would also want to know how to clean it mostly(not the fans)
and sorry for the caps

Vicodin
03-24-2013, 05:22 AM
You had me thinking you dumped coffee in the keyboard or something. Just grab a can of compressed air and try blowing out under the keys. The keys do come off, but the odds of you removing all of them without breaking one are very slim I am sure. So the can of air is your best option.

SpeedyPC
03-24-2013, 05:26 AM
You mean crumbs :D For many years using computers is NEVER allow anybody to eat or drink at you're computer, and I was thinking of buy the largest condom you can find to cover your laptop that way you're 100% protected from all kinds of things while you're away. Otherwise when you go away again I would bloody put you're computer away under a lock-en key in a safe place to stop someone from eating and drinking at you're computer.

Vicodin
03-24-2013, 05:28 AM
^ This. I never eat anything by my laptop. These G series laptops are no $350.00 walmart specials.

ClepticNova
03-24-2013, 05:33 AM
try a keyboard vaccum cleaner

snapperwhip
03-24-2013, 07:32 AM
Gunk will get inside your keyboard no matter what, but hmm, crumbs. The G55/G75 keys fit pretty tightly, so that has to be some hardcore eating....

Anyway, try blowing with a can of compressed air. If something is REALLY stuck, you can either try to very carefully slip something thin under the key(s) involved and try to push it to a location where it can be brushed off. Sometimes turning your laptop upside down and patting the back VERY LIGHTLY will help dislodge the gunk, too, although this method is really really REALLY not recommended unless you're truly desperate. Not sure how a keyboard vacuum cleaner would work with this kind of keyboard, but you can probably use them in combination with compressed air and thin utensils to good effect.