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Razer Blackwidow Quartz

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by polyGlitterlab677, Jan 24, 2020.

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  1. polyGlitterlab677

    polyGlitterlab677 New Member

    I have a Razer Blackwidow Quartz (the pink keyboard) and in less than one year it presented problems. The support told me it was due to accumulated grime and they recommended me to clean it often. So I was wondering: how could I remove the case? Is it possible to remove the case (the thing that involves the keyboard)? I would like to know if it is possible to remove it or I would loose the guarantee just for removing the screws? Would you have some kind of manual for this keyboard of how to remove the case and clean it?
    HilBillyBaller and 0V3R_K1LL like this.
  2. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member

    AFAIK by removing screws - you loose your warranty (if you have any).
    To clean your keyboard, remove all keycaps (use a keycap puller). Then you can use a isopropyl alcohol (it's safe for electronics) to clean any dust from keyboard.
  3. polyGlitterlab677

    polyGlitterlab677 New Member

    The problem is in this cover that does not allow me to remove the keys
    The link at low shows more or less my difficulty in relation to this cover
  4. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member

    But he's changing (resoldering mechanical keys), and you want only to clean it?
    Pull all keycaps off and check for any dust first. If some mechanical keys are not working as they should, you can also pour very small amount of isopropyl alcohol into the switch (just press it to the bottom and pour), and leave it for dry.
  5. polyGlitterlab677

    polyGlitterlab677 New Member

    To remove the keys, I need to open this way

    I wonder if there is another way to remove the keys or, unfortunately, I would have to open that part of the keyboard
  6. polyGlitterlab677

    polyGlitterlab677 New Member

    I am also thinking of removing some keys to place other custom keys
  7. HilBillyBaller

    HilBillyBaller New Member

    I have this pink one too! I think my keys are grimey and i was just trying to blow on them to clean it.
    Where do you get this key cap remover from? @FiszPL is it expensive? Thanks so much!
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