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Re: Dog peed on my keyboard -___-

You'd be surprised how easy something like this is to do. It's a mechanical fix, not at all complicated.


On 2/25/2012 12:26 AM, kay'lon rushing wrote:

It was unplugged when he did it. And dried up before i ever turned it on so it still works fine. So idk whether i should do it or not :p

On Feb 25, 2012 12:14 AM, "TripleOhNine" <3x09@carlsonarts.com> wrote:
Well, its got pee in it so you haven't got a lot to lose, right?  If it was safe for your dog to pee on it without electrocution then you should be fine opening it up.  Your dog hasn't been limping or anything, has it?

Just unplug it from the wall first, and remove any batteries if it has them.  

Just don't lose the screws and try to remember where they go.  You might take a picture of the thing, then print it out, then tape the screws onto the picture where they go so you remember where to put them back.

Michael (3x09)

On Feb 25, 2012, at 12:03 AM, kay'lon rushing wrote:

Its an M-audio axiom 61. Is that even safe to open?

On Feb 24, 2012 11:52 PM, "TripleOhNine" <3x09@carlsonarts.com> wrote:
Well, you gotta open it up and clean it.  There are products you can get to clean up pet urine and remove the stink.  Don't just spray it in there, I suggest opening it up, spraying it on a rag, and cleaning it up with the rag, then putting it back together.  

And try to pay more attention to your dog so it doesn't get jealous and pee on your gear.

Michael (3x09)

On Feb 24, 2012, at 11:30 PM, kay'lon rushing wrote:

Left my keyboard standing up sideways against the wall for a few days and after setting it up it up today i realized  my dog peed on it... It still works but the low keys stink and have crusty, scratchy action now because its dried up between them and possibly under them. Now what?