Introduction

Keys sticking on your Blackwidow Razer? There is probably food or soda underneath.

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Before you do anything, take a picture of the entire keyboard so as to know where the keys go at the end Gently remove the key by pulling or popping it off.
  • Before you do anything, take a picture of the entire keyboard so as to know where the keys go at the end

  • Gently remove the key by pulling or popping it off.

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With the keys that have a bar, make sure to move the key itself off of one side of the bar from where it connects to easily allow the other side to be removed as well. Another way to do it is to push the bar itself out gently with the metal spudger. Another way to do it is to push the bar itself out gently with the metal spudger.
  • With the keys that have a bar, make sure to move the key itself off of one side of the bar from where it connects to easily allow the other side to be removed as well.

  • Another way to do it is to push the bar itself out gently with the metal spudger.

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There could be food or other particulates underneath the key or on the keycap itself that may be making the key either stick or not move. There could also be soda residue on the keyboard itself making the keys stick to it, make sure that it is wiped away.
  • There could be food or other particulates underneath the key or on the keycap itself that may be making the key either stick or not move.

  • There could also be soda residue on the keyboard itself making the keys stick to it, make sure that it is wiped away.

  • Inspect the keyboard and the caps one last time to make sure there isn't anything left that could make the keys stick.

  • If there is nothing underneath but the keys are still sticking, replace the keycap with a new one.

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Gently pop the old or new key back into its place, ensuring that it is tight and secure.
  • Gently pop the old or new key back into its place, ensuring that it is tight and secure.

  • Make sure that the bar that belongs to some of the keys has not popped out of place. If so pop back into place in the sockets it has underneath.

  • For the keys with a bar, slide one side into the bar and then use the metal spudger to pop the other side into place and test the keys to see if it still sticks.

  • Use the picture from the beginning if necessary to make sure all the keys are in the right place.

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Conclusion

Once the device is reassembled, test the keys to make sure they don't stick. Make sure to maintain your keys because they can start to stick again later on if not maintained.

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