6866 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: May 8, 2008 3:46 PM by Courcoul
You could try to carefully pop out the keys and clean them but be careful, its only plastic
and it might break if you use too much force. I did this on a PowerBook G4 like 3
years ago and its actually not that hard. Make sure to take a photo of your keyboard
before you pop out the keys so you know the location of them when you put the
keys back in.
Like Dragonguard suggests, you could try removing each sticky keycap and cleaning everything carefully. In case a key's mechanism should break and for detaled removal and installation instructions, PowerBookMedic has [more information right here|http://www.powerbookmedic.com/MacBook-Pro-Keys---Individual-Key-Keycap-p-1 6753.html]. Or, if the MBP is still under warranty (probably so, since you state it is a Penryn), you could call AppleCare and see if this kind of damage is covered.