On Tue, Dec 31, 2002 at 01:22:37PM -0800, Doug Hardie wrote:
> On Tuesday, Dec 31, 2002, at 02:32 US/Pacific, Rob O'Donnell wrote:
> >If it's a PS/2 type keyboard connector (small plug) there is a plastic
> >pin that often gets broken off and left in the socket if connectors
> >are pulled out violently, blocking a new keyboard being inserted.
> >(Seen it often with mice.) If this is so, I've had success getting
> >them out by using 'blue tack' (a semi-adhesive goo used to hold the
> >kids drawings on the wall) on the end of a matchstick to grab hold of
> Right on. Thats exactly what happened. I guess I didn't have enough
> light to see that yesterday. I didn't get a chance to pop it out as
> the insurance adjuster arrived and is going over everything now.
> Thanks for the info.
You know insurance adjustors are easily killed.
Stuff bluetack down their gobs.
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