Introduction

A guide showing how to disassemble and clean a Microsoft Natural Multimedia Keyboard.

Image 1/3: You will need a spudger to remove the keys. An IC mounting tool can be helpful in replacing them. Image 2/3: You will need a spudger to remove the keys. An IC mounting tool can be helpful in replacing them. Image 3/3: You will need a spudger to remove the keys. An IC mounting tool can be helpful in replacing them.
  • A guide showing how to disassemble and clean a Microsoft Natural Multimedia Keyboard.

  • You will need a spudger to remove the keys. An IC mounting tool can be helpful in replacing them.

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  • Use the flat end of a spudger to pop the keys off the keyboard.

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Image 1/3: Continue removing keys. Image 2/3: Continue removing keys. Image 3/3: Continue removing keys.
  • Wider keys will have a retaining bar, take note of how they come off to make reassembly easier.

  • Continue removing keys.

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Image 1/3: Remove the upper button assembly. Image 2/3: Remove the upper button assembly. Image 3/3: Remove the upper button assembly.
  • Remove the 10 screws from the bottom of the keyboard.

  • Remove the upper button assembly.

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  • Use the tip of a spudger to push the upper button assembly buttons out from the back.

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Image 1/3: The key caddies can be washed in the sink. Image 2/3: The key caddies can be washed in the sink. Image 3/3: The key caddies can be washed in the sink.
  • Remove the flexible keypad from the key caddy assembly.

  • The key caddies can be washed in the sink.

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Image 1/1: Remove the metal retaining clips before washing to prevent rust.
  • The keys can also be washed.

  • Remove the metal retaining clips before washing to prevent rust.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Thank you so much! I had never done this before and was very confused by the retaining bar.

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