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Keys sticking on keyboard

Hi i have not spilled anything on my laptop a all my keys are sticking and I don't know what to do

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    i did not spill a thing on my laptop and the whole right side sticks!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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If the laptop is under warrantty contact the tech support for the laptop ... as u said all the keys are sticky so it could be some issue with the keypad itself

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