- A Logitech G15 Generation 2 Keyboard, preferably past its warranty.
- A set of small screwdrivers (Flathead and Philips).
- A small brush and a cloth for cleaning.
- A few hours (unless you’re really quick).
Rule Number One
Opening it up
Removing the silver face panel
Removing the Keys
Cleaning the keys
Putting it back together again:
- Push all the keys back into the keyboard. I’d recommend putting in any keys with wire backings first. Any keys that stick or jam are probably in the wrong place.
- Clip the silver face panel onto the keyboard, then screw it back on. Don’t forget about the Logitech plate.
- Put the ribbon back into its socket, and push the small black clip down to fasten it in place.
- Make sure that the Windows Key lock switch is in the right place. You’ll find out soon enough if it isn’t.
- Fold the keyboard closed and squeeze the 4 clips at the sides of the keyboard to snap them shut.
- Put in all 18 screws.