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-yes.''' baby oil''' worked for me as well. I ever so slightly lifted up on a side of the pesky key, (no need to remove the key). I depressed it several times and it no longer sticks.
+.''' baby oil''' worked for me as well. I ever so slightly lifted up on a side of the pesky key, (no need to remove the key). I depressed it several times and it no longer sticks.
I then gave all of the keys a gentle wiping and the keyboard looks as new as ever.
+ == Update ==
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+ Oill & Air -
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+My same key began sticking once again so I gave it a better treatment this time
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+gently lift one SIDE of the pesky key with the rounded curved part of a paper clip. Let some baby '''oil''' drip along the paper clip and get under the key.
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+While the key is still gently pried up, use forced '''air''' from a dust remover canister with a long nozzle to clean the space and to move the oil around.
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+Then repeat on the other side of the key......

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: hershelfromNM ,

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yes.''' baby oil''' worked for me as well.  I ever so slightly lifted up on a side of the pesky key, (no need to remove the key).  I depressed it several times and it no longer sticks.

I then gave all of the keys a gentle wiping and the keyboard looks as new as ever.

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