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12625 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jun 6, 2010 10:38 AM by Baby Boomer (USofA)
Take it somewhere to have the keyboard replaced. If you succeed in taking any of the keys off, you'll never get them back on again, and you'll have ruined any chance you may have had of getting it repaired under warranty.
If the repair shop finds some kind of food/liquid under there, they can still replace it, just not for free, but odds are there's a defect with the key.
"Any suggestions as to why the bar won't unstick?"
Use a can of compressed air or a vacuum hose to release whatever it is causing the bar to stick.
If you have AppleCare or ProCare, let them deal with it especially if it turns out to be a hardware problem. AppleCare does not cover accidental damages. However, ProCare will clean weither the damage is your fault or not.
For do it yourself cleaning check out the following:
Search YouTube for Macbook Pro “How To” tutorials.
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