On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 5:15 PM, Jerry Kemp <apple.mail.lis...@oryx.cc> wrote:
> If you truly have yellowing computer components, and they are not just
> stained by spilling pop on them or something like that, you need Retr0bright
> http://retr0bright.wikispaces.com

Huh. Well, yes, that looks the stuff I may well be looking for. I
guess I'll try to just clean the keys with dishsoap and then possibly
soak them in perioxide & oxiclean before resorting to "the gel". But
definitely an interesting site. Thank for providing the link.

On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 4:56 PM, John Carmonne <carmo...@aol.com> wrote:
>  You can Google the take-apart for them there's more than three screws.

John, I tried googled around, but I didn't find much of use to me. It
turns out there are a LOT of (pointless?) videos about cleaning a
keyboard out on YouTube. (It also appears that making these videos is
quite literally child's play more often than I would have expected.)

But none of the ones I looked at provided any insight into
disassembling an A1048 beyond popping off the keys. I didn't see
anything out on iFixIt.com either.

-irrational john

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