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Something wrong with my keypad

Something is wrong with my keypad. when I press the number 6 on the screen numbers 6 and 4 will show up at the same time. it is like I press them together when i did not.

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Sounds like the buttons are pressing against each other and needs urgent attention as it could affect the whole keypad

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