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Can my HP pavilion x360 keys be removed?

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A week ago my grandmother spilled coffee with sugar onto my laptop. The screen and everything else still work. My only problem is that some of my keys are sticking. I wanted to remove them to clean the sugar from under the keys. Is it possible to remove them? If so, then how do I do that?

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@Elizabeth_0303 I hope your grandmother is alright, Also, here's everything you need to know about cleaning the keyboard/device as per HP standards: click here for details,

That said, I'm afraid the keys cannot be removed nor is that supported by HP.

 

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