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Shift key has to be pressed firmly to work.

The shift key doesn't work unless you press it firmly. It's only the left shift key. Can you help?

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From what you tell me, it sounds to me like the key or the arms/"rubber-hinges" that holds the button is worn out or broken.

Contact your local dealer or the place where you ordered the laptop.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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