07-14-2009 08:10 AM
First of all Molk is a electronics killer.
I am not sure what you can really do, the only real option is to void your warrenty and clean it yourself as I very much doubt Logitech cover milk in the warrenty.
You would have to get hold of a non-condutive cleaner and scrub.
Main system: _/G51\__/G35\__/G13\__/G19\__/G700\__/G25\_
Wifes system: _/G9x\__/G15(gen1)\_
07-14-2009 10:04 AM
at radio shack or similar stores you can get electronics board cleaners. or you can use rubbing alcohol 70% or better (looking for a cleaner that is non-conductive and leaves no residue)
open up the keyboard and clean the green boards (and/or clear sheets) inside
07-18-2009 05:10 PM
I spilt coffee in mine. Seperate the keyboard very carefully. Push the ribbon connectors to the sides and carefully pull the ribbons out. Use rubbing alcohol to gently clean the PCB. I ran the rest of the plastic keyboard under the faucet. Shake and dry completely, preferably overnight before reassembly. Mine worked fine after.
09-18-2012 08:53 PM - edited 09-18-2012 08:58 PM
There are (to my knowledge)2 controllers that are logitecgh)he older model. I was using in 2007 was not at the store at Best Buy that I was in. I bought a more recent model that had colered right hand buttons labeled as letters as opposed to the privious version which enabled all movements with all buttons and the right analog looking up and down and stuff and positioning left and right does not work on the newer motel and the lower L2 or R2 positions (like a PS controller )are not functioning at all. Is there a driver to download so all buttons are able to work on the newer model controller?