C l e a n i n g a n d T r a n s p o r t i n g
When necessary, clean the keycaps with a slightly damp clean cloth
and a minimum amount of a non-abrasive cleaning agent.
Regularly check the keyboard cable for wear and tear, particularly
near table or shelf edges.
Take care not to spill any liquid or drop small objects, e.g. paper
clips or staples, onto the keyboard. Follow these steps if this should
happen to the keyboard and it stops working:
The mouse tends to be used heavily and so is susceptible to damage,
but a little care should minimise this.
Dust and fluff often accumulates in the ball tracking mechanism of
the mouse and should be checked for regularly. To clean the mouse
follow this procedure:
Switch off and unplug the keyboard.
If the liquid is sticky or viscous, unplug the keyboard and call
your supplier or an authorised maintainer.
If the liquid is thin and clear, try unplugging the keyboard,
turning it upside down to let the liquid drain out, and drying
it for at least 24 hours at room temperature. If the keyboard
does not work, call your supplier or an authorised maintainer.
If a solid object drops between the keys, turn the keyboard
upside down and shake it gently. Do not probe between the
keys as this may cause serious damage.
Unplug the mouse, turn it upside down and locate the plastic
cover that holds the ball in place. Depending on the model,
the plastic cover can be removed either by rotating it counter-
clockwise or by sliding it forward slightly.
Remove the cover and set it aside. Then cupping one hand
over the underside, turn the mouse back the right way up. The
ball should drop into your hand.
Blow gently into the mouse to remove any dust that has