I have a friend who recently had his keyboard replaced on his 5 month old iBook due to a damaged key. The letters were starting to wear off of it too. 60 days ago the keyboard was replaced and the letters are already wearing off. Is this normal?<br><br>
Found this at Apple:<br><br>http://firstname.lastname@example.orgXzWae00UJM.1@.68aa6e63<br><br>Apparently it is an issue with some iBooks. Apple will replace it then he can get an iSkin keyboard protector.<br><br>http://www.iskin.com/protouch_PB1.html<br><br><br><br>
Greasy fingers are the main culprit.<br><br>Not keeping a clean keyboard is a big no no.<br><br>Also the screen coming in contact with the top of the keys will sometimes rub the letters off. <br><br>Best thing to to is wipe the keys every now and then gently and keep a sheet of copy paper over the top of the keys when closing it.<br><br><br>WWW.ADZOOX.COM & www.JACKWHISPERS.COM
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